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Loch Linnhe, Onich
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
A sea loch on Scotland's western coastline, Loch Linnhe offers plenty of opportunities for tranquil walks, boat trips, and photography. The 50 km (31 mi) long loch follows a fault line formed millions of years ago, which passes through a picturesque area of rolling hills, green valleys, and lush woodlands. At the northeastern end sits the town of Fort William, a major tourist center in this part of the country. From there you can easily visit a series of eight waterfalls, surrounded by marked hiking trails and lookout spots that provide sweeping views over the water. To visit Loch Linnhe and other attractions in Onich, use our Onich trip itinerary builder.
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Loch Linnhe is a vast stretch of water and whether you travel its eastern or western shores you are confronted by beautiful vistas and ever changing light and atmosphere. Whatever time of year you vis... read more »
Loch Linnhe is beautiful and we would visit there again but we would not stay at THe Lodge on the Loch.
My husband and I enjoyed the peaceful and picturesque setting. We noticed some historical markers as we walked along the shore. The sunset was beautiful.
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