Loch a' Chroisg

Highland, Scotland

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About Loch a' Chroisg

Loch a’Croisg is a 4.8 km (3 mi) long, open loch in Achnasheen in Scotland, which is the source of the River Kanaird. It is known for its bank fishing for pike and perch, but visitors can also launch their own boats. No permit is required. In winter months, freezing mists gather on the lake, and at times the valley in which it sits is known as having some of the lowest temperatures in all of Scotland.

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Highland, Scotland
Latitude: 57.576409, Longitude: -5.145013

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