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“One of my favourite places ever!”
Review of Loch Eck

Loch Eck
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 13 October 2015

Stunning especially early in the morning when the loch is so still it is a mirror for the mountains above

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Reviewed 13 September 2015

A simply stunning loch cannot criticise nature, but will question why on earth the Council cannot see fit to clear out a lot of the 'volunteer' trees and bushes that add nothing to the view except make it difficult for the traveller to actually SEE the loch as they drive. Other that Jubilee Point, there are no scenic stopping areas to sit or stand and enjoy the beauty of this lovely loch. You are missing out on serving the tourist here, big time.

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Reviewed 1 September 2015 via mobile

I love loch Eck. I think loch Awe and Loch Eck are the real beauties in the area not Loch Lomond. It's peaceful, with crystal clear waters and so pretty

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Reviewed 16 August 2015

We were driving from Dunoon to Oban A815 road and just stopped at Jubliee Point, Lock Eck. The road is alongside the loch for many miles and we stopped to look at the scenery. This is a very peaceful place, a mountain loch surrounded by hills on each side. We called on a overcast day, can can only imagine the views on a sunny day. There are 180 degree views up and down the lake from the point.

There is a car park and then a short trail to follow to the waters edge.
There are picnic tables to enjoy a snack.

Thank bandrews212
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