Doug - Southport, United Kingdom
Loch Lomond is part of Scotland's first National Park. The Loch is 21 miles long and the surrounding mountains are over 3000 feet tall. Loch Lomond is a popular canoeing location. One of the islands has a population of wallaby's, which add to the local wildlife of waterfowl, Osprey, Red deer, Otter and much more.
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