Samiksha Jaiswal (Editor)

Loch A'an

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Primary outflows  River Avon
Max. length  4.8 km (3.0 mi)
Average depth  77.27 ft (23.55 m)
Length  4.8 km
Area  43 ha
Width  200 m
Parent range  Cairngorms
Basin countries  Scotland
Surface area  0.43 km (0.17 sq mi)
Max. depth  101 ft (31 m)
Surface elevation  724 m
Mean depth  24 m
Outflow location  River Avon, Strathspey
Loch A'an wwwcairngormparkcoukfishingilochavonmarcus

Loch A'an is an exceedingly remote freshwater loch set deep within the central Cairngorms plateau, in the Cairngorms National Park, located in the eastern Highlands of Scotland. Loch A'an, also called Loch Avon, is the source of the River Avon. Loch A'an is oriented southwest-northeast and is bounded on three sides by precipitous mountains, cliffs and crags, with the North-East opening out to provide an outflow for the river through Glen Avon.

Contents

Map of Loch A'an, Ballater, UK

Geography

To the north of the loch, rising almost vertically, lies the Cairn Gorm, the sixth highest mountain in the United Kingdom. To the southwest of Cairn Gorm, at the head of the loch, lies the imposing peak of Ben Macdui, the second highest mountain in the UK, and to east lies Beinn Mheadhoin, the tenth highest mountain in the UK, again rising almost vertically from the Loch A'an basin. Lying less than 1 mile to the south of the loch and 664 ft (202 m) feet higher up the range at 3,041 ft (927 m), lies Loch Etchachan.

References

Loch A'an Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Mulata (film)
Vigo Carlund
Ivan Marcisin
Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L