Go Further!

Fionn Loch (the white or bright loch) is a spectacular and large freshwater loch in the Fisherfield and Letterewe area of Wester Ross. Most often is visited from the east looking west from Carnmore and the causeway between it and the famous Dubh Loch (black loch) which nestles at the foot of A’ Mhaighdean – probably the most remote Munro.
But this picture was taken during a trail run at the northern tip of the Fionn Loch looking south-east to Meall Mheinnidh and Beinn Lair. The Fisherfield Wilderness is one of the best places in Scotland for remote trail runs and the area can be accessed by a range of easier paths and Landrover tracks. It doesn’t take long to get to areas that feel very remote.

Fionn Loch

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