Loch Tay - Perthshire
Loch Tay is a large body of freshwater located in the heart of Scotland and is surrounded by some of the best scenery in the British Isles. Loch Tay lies between the villages of Killin, to the west, and Kenmore, located on the Loch's eastern shore. The Loch is primarily fed by the rivers of Lochay and Dochart which enter at Killin, the famous River Tay flows out of the Loch at Kenmore before flowing eastwards towards the North Sea. The reflection of Ben Lawers, Scotland's tenth highest munro at just under 4000 ft towers over Loch Tay.
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From Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Perthshire