Southern end of Loch Monar
|Location||Glen Strathfarrar, Highland, Scotland|
|Type||freshwater loch, reservoir|
|Max. length||12 km|
Loch Monar is a freshwater loch situated at the head of Glen Strathfarrar, in the West Highlands of Scotland. Since the 1960s, it has been dammed as part of the Affric-Beauly hydro-electric power scheme.
The loch is fed by a number of small burns running off the surrounding hills. The loch's primary outflow is the Garbh-uisge, which joins with the Uisge Misgeach to form the River Farrar.
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