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- Loch Morlich & the Cairngorms -

Painting No. 147

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Loch Morlich was formed about 10 000 years ago when a huge stagnant lump of ice trapped beneath an enormous glacier formed a depression that filled with water as the glacier melted. This unpromising beginning produced one of the most beautiful lochs in Scotland, with an amazing sandy beach at one end shaded by ancient Scots pine trees, where boats and kayaks can be hired. The Cairngorm plataeu just to the south of the loch is the largest area of high ground in the UK, ecologically closer to Iceland and Greenland than to mountain ranges further south.  Set far back in this Arctic landscape are Ben Macdui and Braeriach, at 1309m/4295ft and 1296m/4252ft respectively, Scotland’s second and third highest mountains. Loch, forest and mountain - contrasting habitats abounding with varied wildlife, but all having a similar restorative effect on the human spirit.

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