This is a strange lake. It is narrow, but very long (nearly 5 kilometers), and named after a famous Scottish explorer and naturalist. Access is remote; it can only be reached on foot after getting to the Bridge of Orchy or Corrours by train or car. You can camp here, and there is an ecological hostel, but resources are limited (for example, it's difficult to get enough water for a hot shower ... a serious problem in Scotland!). We're right in the heart of the Scottish countryside, so this is an ideal stop for hikers and mountaineers, ve'll find themselves with a wealth of options. The sunsets here are stunning, and the scenery is really beautiful.