Loch Tay in Perthshire is 15 miles in length
with an average width of about 0.9 miles.
It is slightly 'S' shaped and
lies between the villages of: Killin on the West, Kenmore on the
east, Lawers to the north and Ardeonaig to the south.
Crannogs were very common on
Loch Tay. Crannogs are dwellings built out on the water,
usually on stilts.
There is a visitor centre just
outside Kenmore with a recreation of a Crannog.