Loch Broom is located in the northern part of Ross and Cromarty, in Highland, Scotland. It is supplied by the River Broom, which springs in the Dirrie hills, issuing from two lakes, Loch Bhraoin and Loch Droma. It presents a 6.4 km (4 mi) width. Its sister lake, Little Loch Broom stands to the west, at the ground of the summit An Teallach. The access to the loch is overlooked by Ben More Coigach. The peninsula isolating the Loch Broom from Little Loch Broom includes the summits of Beinn Ghobhlach and Beinn nam Ban.