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We walked from Morar station along the loch to Tarbet, where we caught the pre booked ferry back to Mallaig. The first three miles are along the road and then after that a clear path. It was so beautiful and pieceful. Sometimes the route is...More
Which is eerie, but really nice in a way.
This is the deepest loch/lake in the UK (100m deeper than the Ness and 4 times as deep as Wastwater) and you just leave the main road south of Mallaig and join a single track...More
Drove down Loch Morar as far as possible then started walking along the old drove track. Weather and scenery was wonderful. By following the path we ended up in Tarbet on Loch Nevis. Amazing walk taking 2 and a half hours. We walked back the...More
We were staying just up the road from the loch side so decided to take a stroll one evening to take in the views. We ended up out for 3 hours stopping at little coves, mini beaches and various other little stopping points. The views...More
We stayed within a two minute walk of Loch Morar. It is stunningly beautiful. It is the deepest body of water in Britain but, surprisingly, hadn't attracted many tourists whilst we were there in August.
Loch Morar is beautiful in all seasons but June is special because of the flowers bordering the loch. The only difficulty is finding somewhere safe to park, so that you can get out and enjoy the loch and its surroundings on foot.
Located close to mallaig and arisaig this is such a lovely place to visit. Mysterious looking when cloudy and murky glorious when the sun is out. Loads of greens around and lovely to walk. Featured in one of BBC countryfiles episodes, have not come across...More