Loch Caol is a small
lowland loch in Highland, Scotland.
|Surface Area ||2.4 ha (5.9 acres)|
|Perimeter ||1.1 km (0.7 miles)|
|Maximum Fetch ||380 m|
|Shoreline Development Index ||2.019|
|OS Grid Reference (lake centre) ||NG474300|
|Latitude (lake centre) ||57.290700|
|Longitude (lake centre) ||-6.192500|
|Altitude ||66 m (217 ft) |
|Distance to sea ||1.5 km (1 miles)|
|European region ||Scotland|
|Scottish Parliament region ||Highlands and Islands|
|Scottish Parliament constituency ||Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch|
|Unitary Authority ||Highland Council|
|UK Parliament constituency ||Ross, Skye and Lochaber|
|Unitary Authority ward (UTW) ||Eilean a'Cheo|
What does all this mean?
This is the largest of a group of associated lakes with the same name. View individal data for the others:
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