Loch Morlich

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Aviemore, Scotland

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Loch Morlich Jul 18, 2010
If you take the A9 and head for Aviemore, take the first turning sign posted Aviemore and turn right heading towards The Cairngorms about 7 miles along this road you will come to Glenmore National Park, it is here you will find one of the most beautiful Lochs in Scotland, there is a Youth Hostel there Cairngorm Lodge one of SYHA's finest. Across from there is a small but well kept Forrestry Commission campsite this is situated on the sandy shore of the Loch. There are Red Squirrel in abundance here and at the right time of year plenty of wild flower. The Cairngorm Reindeer Herd is situated to the left of the Youth Hostel. There is plenty of watersport to, take out a Kayake and take in the fresh air and scenery on the Loch, viewing the Snowcapped mountains of Cairngorms along with the sunkissed sandy beach with giant Fir trees bordering Loch Morlich. This is a great place to be and plenty of choice be it for activity or just plane old relaxing and enjoying the atmosphere of the place. After adeventuring here why not head towards Inverness, visit Culloden Moor then head west along the banks of Loch Ness watch out for Nessie, visit Fort Augustus then either head for the Isle of Skye or Fort William.
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