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TITLE
Loch Morlich frozen over
EXTERNAL ID
PC_JACKWATSON_007
PLACENAME
Loch Morlich
DISTRICT
Badenoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Duthil and Rothiemurchus
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Jack Watson
SOURCE
Jack Watson
ASSET ID
28802
KEYWORDS
Strathspey
Badenoch
Loch Morlich
outdoor
sport
kayaking
ice
winter frozen
sailing
walking
hiking
Loch Morlich frozen over

A crisp, winter's day view of a substantially frozen Loch Morlich, located within the Cairngorm National Park, in the Badenoch and Strathspey area. Its name originates from the Gaelic, 'Loch Mhurlaig'. The Cairngorm mountainous region is an area of sustained outdoor sporting activity, and the loch is home to a watersport centre offering Kayaking, sailing and windsurfing opportunities. Aviemore is the closest population centre, less than 5 miles to the west.

Walkers and cyclists visiting, have the opportunity to travel one of the numerous trails sorrounding the loch.

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Loch Morlich frozen over

INVERNESS: Duthil and Rothiemurchus

2000s

Strathspey; Badenoch; Loch Morlich; outdoor; sport; kayaking; ice; winter frozen; sailing; walking; hiking

Jack Watson

Jack Watson Photography

A crisp, winter's day view of a substantially frozen Loch Morlich, located within the Cairngorm National Park, in the Badenoch and Strathspey area. Its name originates from the Gaelic, 'Loch Mhurlaig'. The Cairngorm mountainous region is an area of sustained outdoor sporting activity, and the loch is home to a watersport centre offering Kayaking, sailing and windsurfing opportunities. Aviemore is the closest population centre, less than 5 miles to the west.<br /> <br /> Walkers and cyclists visiting, have the opportunity to travel one of the numerous trails sorrounding the loch.