Aerial tour of Loch Lomond Shores
Timelapse yesterday from Balloch Pier, watch in HD
Some Video of Inchmoan

Mouth of the river

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LLTNP have issued a tender today for the repair and maintenance of a large number of the jetties, piers and pontons around Loch Lomond and the islands.…/…

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Loch Lomonds & the Trossachs are a National Park. They are not a commercially themed area. It is a place of natural beauty of which would be forever reduced if developments like this one get the go ahead. We must stand up to this as a strong voice against the commercialisation of a national gem for…
Our Club is run solely by volunteers who give oodles of time to support and encourage rowing. We are an enthusiastic, friendly bunch of hard working people who are proud of what we have achieved already and the family feel we have created and we want LLRC to thrive once again in our local community.
"Loch Lomond has a lengthy record of conflict between lovers of peace and quiet, and people who enjoy the thrill of water sports"
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Turkey Red Media is at Inchconnachan.

Misty aerial image of Inchconnachan (Innis Chonachain in Gaelic, meaning 'The Colquhoun's Island') is an island in Loch Lomond in Scotland.

The 1920s wooden bun...galow near to the narrows was once the holiday home of Lady Arran Colquhoun. Today it is dilapidated and in a dangerous condition.

Wallabies,were introduced on the island by Lady Colquhoun in the 1940s , and at one time there was thought to be nearly 50 of them.

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Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

The Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway site including all car parks will be closed from 08:00 Thursday 24th to 22:00 Saturday 26th of August for the Great Scottish S...wim event. The Milarrochy Bay launch site will be open as an alternative launching facility from 09:00 to 20:00. Please note that the Milarrochy Bay site is not suitable for launching all craft.

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Boatman makes grim discovery of animal skinned and then dumped by heartless animal killer.

We saw these fallow deer on the south shore of Inchconnachan, while anchored in "The Haven" this week.. one of them white.

(Apologies for picture quality but it was very dark)

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View from the northern summit of Inchtavannach, the hill is called "Tom nan Clag" (Mound of the Bell),

At 282 feet (86 m), its the highest point on the islands of the Loch.

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"The Geggles",

The shallow sandy, small channel between Inchcruin and Inchmoan.

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Some people seam to forget or ignore that "The Narrows " are a. NO WAKE zone.......the large yellow signs on entry clearly state NO WAKE.

Remember boats may be anchored...or rafted up.....large wakes are inconsiderate and dangerous... rafted boats or beached boats could be damaged...or worse still a hot kettle or cuppa could scald someone... look behind you and check your wake ..its not just about speed...every vessel has a different wake depending on hull shape.

360 Degree view of the North end of "The Narrows", quiet today..

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What a day Monday was...Loch was busiest we have seen it for a while

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Turkey Red Media is with Loch Lomond Shores and 3 others in Balloch, West Dunbartonshire.

Aerial view of the River Leven this morning, looking north towards Loch Lomond.

This barrage was completed in 1971 and is designed to maintain an optimum water ...level in Loch Lomond to serve boating, fishing and tourist interest. It consists of seven tilting gates each hinged at the base and 24 ft by10 ft 3 in. high, weighing approximately 6 tons. They are electrically operated and can be fully raised or
lowered in just over 6 minutes. The gates are mounted between seven concrete piers and an abutment and control the water level in Loch Lomond between the statutory control level of 26 ft AOD and the barrage sill level of 20 ft AOD. If the water level rises above 26 ft AOD the gates are fully lowered and the river flow is unrestricted.

(All drone flights undertaken by UK CAA approved and insured drone operator).

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If you need a new boat cover or seats recovered, give Lomond Upholstery & Boat Covers a call.. after of months of calling around and getting the run around from others, they did a grand job in record time. Contact Stephen on 07981 722799

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