Loch Thom



Nowadays, in addition to providing water, the lake is also used for sport fishing and is part of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, with several eye-catching walking trails. The center of the Cornalees Bridge provides natural research facilities. The loch is about 2.4 kilometers from north to south and curves to the east into a C shape, with an altitude of approximately 195 m above sea level. Enter the compensation reservoir in the center of "C" from the exit of the north arm for a short distance southwest, and then connect to the starting point of The Cut at the Cornalees Bridge.