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Glen Loy lies on the West side of the Great Glen between Loch Lochy and Loch Linnhe, approx. 7km North of Fort William. The Glen lies in a NW-SE direction and is dissected by the River Loy into Northern and Southern sections. The Loy is a salmon river which is important in the local fisheries area. The forest area has quite steep slopes becoming relatively flat in the floodplain of the River Loy.

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Planning team
Forestry and Land Scotland
West Region
PH33 6SW


Phone: 0300 067 6870