It is a very small island, 100 metres in breadth at its widest point. It lies a short distance to the south-west of the larger island of Inchfad.
The island has been used as a shelter for fishermen. There are many oaks left on the small island; a hollow one was
filled in with concrete, but was struck by lightning, and now only the concrete remains.
- "Introduction to Loch Lomond Islands". Callander, Trossachs and Loch Lomond. Retrieved 2008-10-29.
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