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Loch an Aigeil

Directions: Right next to the B869 in Stoer, on your right if you are heading north opposite Stoer Bay on your left.

It was for years reputed to have very few, if any, fish in it. However, there have been reports recently of decent trout being caught there.

Accessibility - Family Loch
Very easily accessed. There isn’t a huge amount of fishable shoreline, but a nice spot for youngsters to cast a line and is close to the beach at Stoer.

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Loch Bad na Murichinn

Directions: Head south out of Lochinver on the unmarked road toward Inverkirkaig. Once past Badnaban, park where the road turns a sharp right on a flat plateau and follow the burn up the gulley to Loch Bad na Murichinn (also known as the Children's Loch). It takes between 15-30 minutes, depending on your speed.

There is a boat available which helps to explore the wooded southern shoreline as well as making it easier to cover the large water.

Accessibility
- Family Loch

Loch Leitir Easidh

Directions: Park at the car park at NC 172262 on the A837 just before Loch Assynt Lodge. There is an all-abilities disabled access path to the loch, where there is an excellent boat, a jetty and boathouse and a toilet.

Accessibility - All Abilities Access
This loch is part of the All Abilities walk developed by the Culag Community Woodland Trust (CCWT).

Loch na h-Innse Fraoich

Directions: Leave the A837 near Loch Assynt Lodge. There is an all-abilities disabled access path to the loch, where there is an excellent boat, a jetty and boathouse and a toilet.

Accessibility - All Abilities Access
This loch is part of the All Abilities walk developed by the Culag Community Woodland Trust (CCWT). It has a boat on it that has been made suitable for disabled access, changeable for left and right handed use and with the option to sit astride rather than only forward or back facing.

Loch Uidh na Geadaig

Directions: Park by the river at NC143253 and head north across the road. Lots of small fish and can be the start of a walk onto Loch Beannach (which is best fished from a boat) and/or Loch Bad nan Aighean.

Accessibility - Family Loch

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