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Loch Katrine, Trossachs

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Loch Katrine, Trossachs
Trossachs - Aberfoyle, Central Scotland, Scotland
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Loch Katrine is the largest body of water in the Trossachs. It is famous for its associations with legendary outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor, who was based in the area. A popular way to see the loch is by taking a trip on the steam boat which makes regular trips from the dock at the south east end of the lake during the summer months.

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