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A turblent and bloody part of the land


WEST of the Great Glen, and lying between Achnacarry and Glendessary, is Loch Arkaig.

A track, almost too narrow and tortuous to be described as a public highway, follows its northern shores and introduces the visitor to a remote and magnificent landscape of great natural beauty which the hand of man has not yet defaced.

This freshwater loch runs for 12 miles, first among oak, pine, birch and alder and later under bare hillsides. Here the eye is held by the high mountains on either side as they rise sharply from gleaming water, and loveliness is met at every turn.

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