Loch Laggan (Lochaber, Scotland) Reviews
Description:Lochaber / Inverness-shire PH31 / Scotland / Freshwater loch in Lochaber.
Newest Review: ... Albert spent their first holiday in the Highlands, although it is said that this was cut short because they couldn't tolerate the midges. Shortly after this holiday they purchased the Balmoral Estate where the midges are less severe. Ardverikie also has another claim to fame. It is the setting for the TV series "Monarch of the Glen" where it is known as "Glenbogle". ... more
Customer Loch Laggan (Lochaber, Scotland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 203 readings)
Sometimes it seems that there are breathtaking views on every bend of the road in the Scottish Highlands but I generally find that it is the ones that are a little off the beaten track that are the most memorable as there is always that feeling that one has discovered that view for the very first time. Off the beaten track is not really a description that can be applied to Loch Laggan since the A86 road runs along more or less the full 16km length of its northern shores. This is one of the main routes to Fort William but it is a slower journey than the other routes so many tourists tend to avoid it. Loch Laggan is a freshwater loch that boasts the ... Read the complete review
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