|Location||Isle of Skye, Hebrides, Scotland|
|Primary inflows||River Snizort|
|Primary outflows||The Lower Minch|
|Max. width||8 miles (13 km)|
|References||Groome, Francis H (1885). Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography. 6. Thomas C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works. Retrieved 8 October 2010.|
Loch Snizort is a sea loch in the northwest of the Isle of Skye between the Waternish and Trotternish peninsulas. It is fed by the River Snizort, originating in the hills east of Bracadale. The mouth of Loch Snizort gives access to the lower Minch and contains the Ascrib Islands.
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