Loch Lubnaig

Loch Lubnaig, looking North, along Strathyre
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Loch Lubnaig, looking North, along Strathyre

Approaching the Highlands through Callander in the Trossachs district of Stirling Council Area brings the visitor to Loch Lubnaig, a body of water that stretches for 4 miles (6.5 km) from the Pass of Leny to Strathyre. The roadway follows the eastern shore, while Ben Ledi rises to a height of 879m (2883 feet) to the west. The River Balvag drains from Loch Voil into the top end of Loch Lubnaig and from its southern end emerges the River Leny.

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