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  Loch Lomond Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Loch Lomond was formed during the Ice Age by the action of glaciers.
The main tourist focus is on the western shore of the loch, along the A82 and at the southern end, around Balloch.
The main place of habitation and also of tourism on this side of the loch is the village of Balmaha, at the end of the B837.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /lomond/lochlomond/index.html   (545 words)

  
 Loch Lomond - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Loch Lomond (IPA pronunciation: ['lomənd]), (Scottish Gaelic Loch Laomainn) is a Scottish loch (the Gaelic word for lake), located in both the western lowlands of Central Scotland and the southern Highlands.
The loch (as of July 2002) is now part of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
Loch Lomond is also the name of a man-made lake in Mundelein, Illinois, as well as the subdivision built around said lake.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Loch_Lomond   (776 words)

  
 Loch Lomond, Scotland
The idyllic Loch Lomond northwest of Glasgow is Britain's largest lake and according to Walter Scott "The Queen of Scottish Lakes".
Loch Lomond is often the first stop for tourers heading north along the Western Highland Way which runs from Glasgow through the beautiful Argyll countryside to Fort William.
Cameron House at the south end of Loch Lomond is an excellent place to savor the romance of a Scottish castle, breathe in the lakeside air and enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities.
www.planetware.com /glasgow/loch-lomond-sco-stra-lom.htm   (275 words)

  
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During the ice ages, the space now occupied by Loch Lomond was occupied by a glacier which scooped out the hollow, deep and narrow at the northern end and broad and comparatively shallow at the southern end.
Loch Lomond is subject to fairly large fluctuations in water level so that the number of islands changes with the water level as low lying islands are either covered or revealed by the changing water levels.
The loch has a plentiful supply of fish; Brown trout, salmon, sea trout, perch and pike may all be found at most places in Loch Lomond although the most popular fishing has always been in the areas around the many islands at the southern end.
members.lycos.co.uk /lochlomondinfo   (780 words)

  
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Loch Lomond shoreline cannot be accessed in its entirety by road since the north eastern shores are not provided with a public road.
Loch Lomond is little over half a mile wide here and on the west side of the road you can see an early attempt at conservation where the railway viaduct was built of local stone and with castellated piers to match the residences of the local gentry.
The brand new 2002 'Lomond Shores Centre' is at the water's edge at Balloch within a stones throw of the old mistress of Loch Lomond the steamer 'Maid of the Loch' which serves as a floating restuarant whilst awaiting renovation.
members.lycos.co.uk /lochlomondinfo/lomond2.htm   (2233 words)

  
 Loch Lomond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Loch Lomond distillery is situated in the village of Alexandria beside the river Leven at the southernmost tip of romantic Loch Lomond, also famous for its world championship golf course.
This unique combination of malt and grain stills allows Loch Lomond to produce eight malt whiskies with different degrees of peating, and also a "single blend" whisky, or a blend of malt and grain whiskies that originate from the same distillery.
Loch Lomond whiskies (malt and grain) are thus produced, matured and blended at the distillery, one of the few distilleries to manage the whole process from milling to blending.
www.whiskyclassified.com /lochlomond.html   (578 words)

  
 Loch Lomond Self catering Loch Lomond accommodation - info
Loch Lomond is considered by some to be the jewel of the national park, but it's worth looking around the rest of the National Park to decide just what you want to see and do before deciding where your 'base' is to be.
It was from Arrochar on Loch Long that the the Viking raiders dragged their galleys overland to create havoc on Loch Lomond in the 13th c.
Loch Lomond is now little over half a mile wide and on the left of the road you can see an early attempt at conservation where the railway viaduct was built of local stone and with castellated piers to match the residences of the local gentry.
www.incallander.co.uk /loch_lomond.htm   (3108 words)

  
 The Loch, Loch Lomond, Scotland
Loch Lomond is the largest fresh water Loch in the UK.
Loch Lomond must be the worlds most famous Loch and has been much written about, both in song and verse.
The Loch is crossed by the Highland Boundary Fault and exhibits the physical characteristics of both highland and Lowland Scotland.
www.loch-lomond.net /theloch/theloch.html   (127 words)

  
 Loch Lomond, Helensburgh and West Dunbartonshire, Scotland - Official Scottish Area Tourist Board Website
Savour Loch Lomond from Balmaha, Balloch, Tarbet or Luss, or the Clyde, from Helensburgh and Kilcreggan.
Loch Lomond offers a variety of activities from water-skiing to sailing, which is also hugely popular on the Gare Loch and Firth of Clyde.
To the north the loch is narrow and deep, with the surrounding mountains rising majestically from the shoreline.
www.visitscottishheartlands.com /areas/lomond/lomond.cfm   (780 words)

  
 Santa Cruz City Water Department- Loch Lomond Recreation Area Official Web Site
Loch Lomond is dominated by coast redwoods, the tallest species of tree in the world.
Loch Lomond's combination of aquatic and forest habitat is unique along this section of Pacific Coastline.
Loch Lomond is home to osprey, a white hawk that you may see soaring above the lake hunting for fish.
www.ci.santa-cruz.ca.us /wt/llra/llra.html   (1262 words)

  
 Cottages Loch Lomond Scotland - Millburn and Dell Cottage - Holiday Accommodation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
At the heart of this often untamed land, surrounded by hills and glens, is the charming conservation village of Luss.
Loch Lomond Hideaways is delighted to be able to offer luxury holiday cottages for let in and around the village of Luss to accommodate the more discerning visitor.
Less than 30 miles from Glasgow, holidaying on Loch Lomond gives you the opportunity to enjoy the unrivalled beauty of the area plus the convenience of being close to the city.
www.lochlomondhideaways.co.uk   (239 words)

  
 Bay Area Hiker: Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond is only open from March 1 to September 15.
Since Loch Lomond is open to the public only from March to mid-September, it's a logical destination for summer get-togethers or those "gone fishing" days.
Loch Trail, which clings to a hillside just above the shoreline, is a hotbed of fishing activity, but once you get past Deer Flat, you'll likely find empty trails.
www.bahiker.com /southbayhikes/lochlomond.html   (1725 words)

  
 Loch Lomond Waterfront - fishing.
Loch Lomond "The Big Loch" is a world renowned fishing venue with a wide variety of fish waiting to be caught.
Loch Lomond is perfectly situated to help you enjoy a relaxing fishing break.
Loch Lomond Waterfront has its own private and exclusive sandy beach from which fishing for coarse species is possible.
www.loch-lomond-waterfront.co.uk /fishing.htm   (463 words)

  
 LOCH TOURS, BOAT CHARTER AND BOAT HIRE, LOCH LOMOND SCOTLAND
Loch Lomond is 23 miles long and up to 4 miles wide.
Loch Lomond is the perfect location for any corporate event and Loch Lomond Leisure Scotland can provide a wide range of hospitality packages.
Loch Lomond is the perfect location to celebrate your special occasion and Loch Lomond Leisure Scotland can provide a wide range of hospitality packages.
www.lochlomond-scotland.com   (249 words)

  
 LOCH LOMOND, Bed and Breakfast, Accommodation, Tarbet, Loch Lomond, Scotland
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park straddle the highland boundary fault between the lowlands and highlands of Scotland.
Loch Lomond is the largest body of inland water in the United Kingdom, covering over 27 square miles.
The southern end of the loch is only four miles from tidal waters, and the northern end just less than two miles from the sea loch in Loch Long at Arrochar.
www.lomondview.co.uk /attractions.htm   (974 words)

  
 Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond Golf Club is uniquely well situated for those who travel the world.
A singular place to meet on the world stage, Loch Lomond Golf Club is a place to meet accomplished members and guests from around the world.
The favour is frequently returned, and members have found that invitations to Loch Lomond have an attraction and appeal that is undeniable.
www.lochlomond.com /member.php   (199 words)

  
 Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond in Scotland
Our distillery is near the southern end of Loch Lomond where the River Leven carries its waters through Alexandria on the six mile journey to the River Clyde at Dumbarton.
Loch Lomond is the largest loch (lake) in the UK.
Contact Us "I Have seen the Lago di Garda; Albano; De Vico; Bolsena and Geneva, and, upon my honour, I prefer Loch Lomond to them all, a preference which is certainly owing to the verdant islands that seem to float on its surface, according to the most enchanting objects of response to the excursive view...
www.lochlomonddistillery.com /loch.htm   (683 words)

  
 Goski.com - Loch Lomond
Loch has a pretty decent freestyle team and the patrol is very well trained, but we believe that catching air is a part of skiing as long as it's relatively safe.
Loch is probably one of the only places in Ontario where the patrol won't bust you for catching some air.
Loch Lomond ski area is located 5 miles south of Thunder Bay on Loch Lomond Road.
goski.com /resorts/calochlom/resort_welcome.html?...&from=state&bc=RIR   (1317 words)

  
 Loch Lomond Chalet Rowardennan | Home
Loch Lomond chalet is situated at the foot of Ben Lomond on the east shores of Loch Lomond at Rowardennan 10 miles north of Drymen.
Situated in a quiet location beside a small stream the cabin has views of the Loch from the large decking area.
Small boats may be hired at McFarlane’s Boatyard at Balmaha where you can also arrange a visit to the islands of Loch Lomond on the Royal Mail boat.
www.lochlomondchalet.co.uk   (143 words)

  
 The Loch - Visit Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond is an area close to everyone's heart.
The rugged highland peaks with hidden glens and passages are steeped in history and heritage.
Full of romance and mystique Loch Lomond has inspired poets and songwriters throughout the centuries.
www.visit-lochlomond.com /loch.html   (71 words)

  
 Welcome to Loch Lomond part of the Trossachs National Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Loch Lomond has inspired writers and artists for centuries.
Loch Lomond is so much more than scenery, it is a vibrant centre for water sports, fishing and boat trips.
As part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, the area is managed in a tourist friendly, yet environmentally sound way.
www.lochlomond.net   (146 words)

  
 Loch Lomond Waterfront, self catering holidays, luxury lodges, Scotland.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The eleven luxury lodges are built and equipped to five star standards and are surrounded by stunning Highland scenery they all have views of Loch Lomond and exclusive access to the waterside for game fishing, angling, walking, bird watching, sailing and other watersports.
Loch Lomond is our favourite place that we go time and time again, we seem to be drawn by the beauty of the area and it's enchanting feeling it gives us.The visit to the east side of the loch was the first for us, which has a natural beauty that is second to none!
Sitting in the hot tub gazing over the loch with a glass of wine, has to be one of the most enchanting things we have done for a long time.
www.loch-lomond-waterfront.co.uk   (957 words)

  
 The complete guide to B O A T I N G on L O C H L O M O N D
Loch Lomond has always had a tradition of boating, the Loch has been used by people wanting to enjoy the area from the water, for many years.
Craft of all types are allowed on the loch as long as they adhere to the Byelaws.
Before launching your craft on the Loch it MUST be registered, this is free of charge and can be done at Balloch, Balmaha and Ardlui.
www.boatlochlomond.com   (403 words)

  
 Scotch Whisky from Loch Lomond Distillers Finest Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
Nestling by the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond our family-owned Scotch whisky distillery takes its name and its exquisitely pure water from this most picturesque and celebrated of all Scotland's lochs.
The ever-mindful attention of our managers ensures that only the choicest ingredients are selected, then allowed to mature undisturbed within the finest oak barrels, crafted within the distillery by our very own coopers.
Here at Loch Lomond we produce the unique, 'Loch Lomond Single Grain', which is a blend of single malt and grain whiskies, all produced in this distillery.
www.lochlomonddistillery.com   (578 words)

  
 Friends of Loch Lomond - Home Page
The Friends of Loch Lomond is a non-profit making voluntary Society which enjoys charitable status and is dedicated to the protection, conservation and enhancement of this world renowned area of outstanding natural beauty, whilst having regard to the social and economic well being of the local communities.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and the annual
There are also details of how to order any of the four "Clans of Loch Lomond" video tapes and "The Islands of Loch Lomond" - A Review.
www.lochlomond.org.uk   (205 words)

  
 Loch Lomond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As the largest and arguably the most scenic inland waterway in Britain, Loch Lomond delights all who visit whether in summer or winter.
The loch is some 21 miles long and 4 miles across at its widest.
The Way follows the eastern side of the Loch along to Rowardennan where there are great photo opportunities looking North to Tarbet, Ardlui and the Mountains beyond.
www.lochlomond.net /loch.htm   (281 words)

  
 LOCH LOMOND, Accommodation, Loch Lomond, Scotland
Loch-lomond.net provides a wealth of information on Loch Lomond and the surrounding area intending to bring as much information as possible to tourists and the local communities.
Loch Lomond presents the perfect holiday location, set amidst one of Scotland’s most idyllic and unspoilt areas with the largest expanse of fresh water in Britain and the backdrop of the mountains looming beyond.
It is also ideally situated for touring within Scotland with The Highlands to the north of the Loch, the West Coast and Islands a short drive away and Central Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh to the east.
www.loch-lomond.net   (140 words)

  
 Balloch Community web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Loch Lomond Shores) a vast collection of extraordinary marine creatures from around the world including sharks, rays, seahorse and octopus to name just a few.
The village of Balloch is at the beginning of Loch Lomond.
Public park which is on the southern shore of Loch Lomond.
www.visit-balloch.com   (415 words)

  
 Lomond Lyrics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Loch Lomond is a folk song that dates back to the Jacobite Rebellion.
During the purges of the highlands, thousands were lost, families and clans were destroyed, lands were seized and the people plunged into poverty, and the Scots were stripped of their tartans, music and weapons.
Clans from the Loch Lomond area had followed Bonnie Prince Charlie in the rebellion.
www.users.nac.net /bittsjr/scotland/lomond/lomond_lyrics.html   (227 words)

  
 Loch Lomond Hotels accommodation by Visit Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This Loch Lomond hotel surrounds the pretty village green and is nestled in the centre of Drymen, on the east side of Loch Lomond.
It is superbly situated for everyone to enjoy exploring the byways, lochs and beautiful rustic countryside as well as the cities of central Scotland.
Located within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, as well as being just an hour from Glasgow, Drimsynie is an ideal base for exploring Argyll or just relaxing and enjoying this beautiful area.
www.visitscotland.com /sitewide/booklochlomond   (279 words)

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