Loch Etive, Scotland.

Loch Etive is a 30 km sea loch in Argyll
and Bute, Scotland. The name Etive is believed to mean “little ugly
one” from the Gaelic goddess associated with the loch.

The Glen
Etive road meanders for some 14 miles to the head of Loch Etive, where
it ends in a turning circle near a pier. And that’s it. The road down to
Glen Etive is the original “road to nowhere”.

The narrow mouth of the loch results in its most unusual feature, the
Falls of Lora. Part of the north bank has been designated a Special Area
of Conservation in particular due to old sessile oak woods.
Surprisingly, a small colony of around 20 common seals is resident in
Loch Etive.

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