Loch Loch from the summit of Ben Vuirich
|Primary outflows||River Tilt|
|Max. length||2.011 km (1.250 mi)|
|Max. width||1.207 km (0.750 mi)|
|Surface area||31.8 ha (79 acres)|
|Average depth||29 ft (8.8 m)|
|Max. depth||81 ft (25 m)|
|Water volume||103,197,000 cu ft (2,922,200 m3)|
|Shore length1||4.5 km (2.8 mi) |
|Surface elevation||453 m (1,486 ft)|
|Max. temperature||52.2 °F (11.2 °C)|
|Min. temperature||49.5 °F (9.7 °C)|
|1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.|
Loch Loch is situated in wild mountainous scenery and is located with hills on both sides that have very steep sides. Beinn a' Ghlò is situated to the west side and the precipitous crags of Craig an loch in the east. Mounds of gravelly moraine form the greater part of both shores, forming the prominent points. The loch flows northward by the An Lochain into the River Tilt, which also receives the water of Loch Tilt at the head of the glen. The loch is on a north to south bearing, and is long and narrow loch, or rather two lochs as there is a narrow constriction in the middle dividing it into two portions.
- John, Murray; Lawrence, Pullar (1910). Bathymetrical Survey of the Fresh-Water Lochs of Scotland, 1897-1909 Lochs of the Tay Basin Volume II - Loch Loch. National Library of Scotland: National Challenger Officer. pp. 97–98. Retrieved 19 December 2018. This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
- "Barhapple Loch". British Lakes. Retrieved 19 December 2018.