Loch Lee

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Loch Lee
A frozen Loch Lee - geograph.org.uk - 700991.jpg
Location Angus, Scotland
Coordinates 56°54′N 2°57′W / 56.900°N 2.950°W / 56.900; -2.950Coordinates: 56°54′N 2°57′W / 56.900°N 2.950°W / 56.900; -2.950
Type loch
Primary outflows North Esk
Basin countries United Kingdom

National grid reference NO431800

Loch Lee is a loch in Angus, Scotland south of the Grampian Mountains that is fed by the Water of Lee and the Water of Unich and flows into the River North Esk.[1] Queen Victoria described it as "a wild but not large lake, closed in by mountains, with a farm-house and a few cottages at its edge".[2]

The loch supplies drinking water to the North Esk area.

The area is used by both walkers[3] and anglers.[4]

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