Loch Tay

Loch Tay is the second longest of the three great lochs which bound the central highlands. It stretcches from the bottom the the Tay Forest and the lands of the Clan MacTrew to the southern tip of the highland range. It's waters are fed by many streams and rivers from the eastern flank of the highlands, especially two great rivers which start as falls high on the flanks of Scurr Fion and Lurg Mhor

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