Lovely stroll around the loch. Nothing strenuous and fairly flat. When the heather is in bloom, it's particularly lovely. Path is wide, soft, & dry underfoot. Ruins of a castle in the middle of the loch. Tip - beware of the fee and check your payment. We'd paid for something nearby like parking or something or other and that fee covered Loch an Eilein too, but the kindly gentleman who collected the fees didn't tell us or know. Someone else pointed it out. Ouch!
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