Situated just south of Luss, Inchcruin is just under a mile long island on the waters of Loch Lomond.
Mostly wooded with birch, alder and Scots pines, it forms part of the beautiful archipelago in the central Loch Lomond. The island’s south eastern end is a little round peninsula from which the island takes its name as Inchcruin means The Round Island. While most of the coastline is rock strewn, there is a narrow isthmus in the middle forming sandy bays on both its shores.
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