Loch Beg

Loch Beg is an eastern extension of Loch Scridain on the island of Mull, Argyll and Bute. It is separated from Loch Scridain by the headland of Aird of Kinloch. The Coladoir River empties into Loch Beg at a point known as An Leth-onn, which is an area of marshlands and pebble beaches.

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