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Where Are Scotland’s Most Beautiful, Crowd-Free Lochs
Where are Scotland’s most beautiful, crowd-free lochs

By Amber Ahmad 
Recently, temperatures in the UK’s most northerly country have reached a balmy 28 degrees Celsius. Tourists have been flocking to Scotland – especially since the country recently moved its coronavirus restrictions to level 0.

Where are Scotland’s most beautiful, crowd-free lochs?

Scotland is a country with a rich cultural heritage and some stunning cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow. However, the biggest summer attraction has got to be its great outdoors – and in particular, its world famous lochs. In the summer, a dip in the crystal-clear freshwater or a sunny hike along the surrounding mountains is nothing short of bliss.

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