Lochan Fearna

Park by the River Inver on the A837 and walk in over flat but boggy ground to Lochan Fearna. Easily accessible, it can offer exciting fishing, especially in the evening, although trout are mostly average in size.

If part of a longer day out, use this as a starting/finishing point for also trying Loch Bad nan Aighean, Loch a' Bharaille and Loch Cuilce.


OS Grid: NC126248
Decimal: 58.172134, -5.188039
Degrees: 58° 10' 19.6824" N, 5° 11' 16.9404" W
Permit details: £5/day, £25/week from usual outlets


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