Loch na h-Àirde

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Ardrossan, United Kingdom

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Loch na h-Àirde or Loch Ard, is a body of fresh water in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park of the Stirling District in Scotland. The loch is approximately 4 kilometres long by 2 kilometres wide and runs approximately east-west along a sheltered glen. It is considered to be the source of the River Forth and lies downstream of Loch Chon. The loch contains two small islands, the larger of which, St. Mallo, is rumored to have an old chapel dedicated to that saint, and the smaller, Dund

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