Category:Loch Ericht

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English: Loch Ericht (Scottish Gaelic, Loch Eireachd) is a freshwater loch on the border between Perth and Kinross and the Highlands Council areas of Scotland. It is situated at a height of 351 metres above sea level and has a north-east to south-west orientation. The village of Dalwhinnie lies at the north east end of the loch. The loch is 14.5 miles in length and has a surface area of approximately 7 square miles. Loch Ericht is the tenth largest freshwater lake in Scotland and has a good reputation for its trout fishing.
Nederlands: Loch Ericht (Schots-Gaelisch: Loch Eireachd) is een meer in Schotland op de grens tussen de raadsgebieden Highland en Perth and Kinross. Loch Ericht ligt op 351 meter boven zeeniveau en heeft een maximale lengte van 23 kilometer en is met een oppervlakte van 18.7 km² het tiende grootste meer van Schotland.


Loch Ericht 
lake in the United Kingdom
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Instance of lake,
loch
LocationUnited Kingdom
Length
  • 23 kilometre
Area
  • 18.6 square kilometre
Elevation above sea level
  • 351 metre
Lake outflow
Basin country
Authority control
Wikidata

56° 51′ 00″ N, 4° 21′ 00″ W

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