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Loch Laoigh Holiday Accommodation
Loch Laoigh Holiday Accommodation

Loch Laoigh Holiday Accommodation Guide

Loch Laoigh Holiday Accommodation Guide providing information for your stay in the area. The Lairig an Laoigh is a mountain pass in Scotland that offers some of the most breathtaking vistas in all of the Highlands. It has a history of use as a drove route and goes roughly north to south from Speyside to Deeside; its glacial origins make it a natural divider of the Cairngorm plateau. It runs roughly north to south from Speyside to Deeside. 31 kilometres separate the public road in Abernethy Forest from the one at Linn of Dee. This distance can be covered on foot between the two locations. For more information on the region of Sutherland Visit Scotland Holiday Accommodation Guide

Amhainn an t-Sratha Chàrnaig is located close to Loch Laoigh, which can be found in the Highland region of Scotland in the United Kingdom. The length of Loch Laoigh is determined to be 3.04 kilometres after being measured.

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To get to the pass, one must go in a southerly direction from just east of Linn of Dee up Glen Lui beside Lui Water for approximately 5 kilometres, all the way to Derry Lodge. This is the point at which Glen Lui splits off to the west and the Derry Burn enters Glen Derry from further to the north, all of which contribute to the more prevalent southern name for this portion of the Lairig a Loaigh. After travelling for an additional 6 kilometres, the Coire Etchachan Burn may be seen emerging to the northwest from Loch Etchachan.

In the Scottish Highlands, between the regions of Altnaharra and the Dornoch Firth, you'll find the mountain peak known as Meall Loch Laoigh. Meall Loch Laoigh has a prominence of fifty metres, and its elevation is two hundred and eighty one. The peak can be identified using any of the following methods: Above, you will find a link that will take you to the full list of routes that are available on Mud and Routes for climbing Meall Loch Laoigh.

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