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View from Conic Hill overlooking Loch Lomond

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View from Conic Hill overlooking Loch Lomond

Caption - Seen here from the Bealach Ard this is the subsidiary summit of Conic Hill and is only three metres lower than the true summit Loch Lomond can be seen in the distance.

Walk 2765 : Conic Hill Circular

Photographer : Bill Kasman

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Walking in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which covers some 720 sq miles (1,865 sq km), offers some of the finest scenery in Scotland. Inaugurated in 2002, this National Park lies within an hour's drive of 70% of Scotland's population. From rolling lowland landscapes in the south to high mountains in the north, there are many lochs and rivers with forests and woodlands adding variety to the landscape. Today it is a working landscape and there is much of interest charting past mans' activities. More Information

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