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Loch Gynack

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Loch Gynack

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Giuseppe Cincindella wrote a review Oct 2020
Rosyth, United Kingdom1,492 contributions342 helpful votes
We walked from Kingussie to the top of the Creag Bheag and then we went downward to this beautiful lake. It's a really lovely place especially in Autumn time, full of colours. Nice path to go to the lake from the village, not very big lake. Lovely view of it from the top of the hills too.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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bfbutler wrote a review Oct 2019
scotland18 contributions9 helpful votes
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Loch Gynack. Easy to get to if you don't mind an uphill climb but once you reach the loch the gravel road is undulating but nothing too steep. Well worth the climb to benefit from stunning scenery.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Trotter49 wrote a review Aug 2019
Bolton, United Kingdom164 contributions71 helpful votes
Accessable in our case from the top end of Kingussie Golf Club or as on return the end of West Terrace. In any case it is good walk sturdy footwear required, but once you get to the back of the hill the Loch comes into view, in th sunlight it is heavenly we stuck to Kingussie side of the Loch but it does seem to have a path/track on the far side leading to a lodge. The water is crystal clear and when still reflects the hillsides from all around. A good walk uneven ground approx 3 miles and from the hillside to the end of West Terrace there is no proper track, a grassy field.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Alastair N wrote a review Jun 2019
Aberdeen, United Kingdom610 contributions337 helpful votes
This jewel of a loch is situated behind Kingussie sandwiched between Creag Bheag on the south side and Creag Mhor to the north. I arrived there after having followed the Creag Bheag trail from the Duke of Gordon Hotel up and over the hill and down the other side. It was lovely to see the still water glinting in the sunshine. From the east end of the loch you then walk past the golf course and can join the Gynack Mill trail to get you back into the village. I managed to make a three hour walk out of it. Very enjoyable.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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DesKing007 wrote a review May 2019
Kingussie, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
I started the walk from Behind the Duke of Gordon hotel, I had a wonderful escape for three hours away from everything except for a couple if deer and everything nature offers. Very easy walk and very rewarding.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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