Loch Voil

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Loch Voil
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Location Perthshire, Scotland
Coordinates 56°20′50″N 4°25′34″W / 56.34722°N 4.42611°W / 56.34722; -4.42611Coordinates: 56°20′50″N 4°25′34″W / 56.34722°N 4.42611°W / 56.34722; -4.42611
Type Loch
Primary inflows River Larig
Primary outflows River Balvaig
Basin countries United Kingdom

Loch Voil (Scottish Gaelic: Loch a' Bheothail)[1] is a small freshwater loch in Scotland. It is a short, narrow loch approximately 5 km (3½ miles) in length. It is separated from Loch Doine by fluvial deposits from the Monachyle Burn and is drained at its eastern end by the River Balvag at Balquhidder. The Loch can be reached by a small single track road from Balquhidder leading to Inverlochlarig.

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