|Primary outflows||North Esk|
|Basin countries||United Kingdom|
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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. 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".
The loch supplies drinking water to the North Esk area.
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