Photograph of Loch Ba, Isle of Mull, looking towards Bein Talaidh.
Phptpgraph of Blue skies over the Beinn Bheag Ridge, viewed from Loch Ba.




On the eastern flank of Beinn Bheag, Beinn A’ Ghràig , Beinn Nan Gabhar,  Beinn Fhada and Ben More, Loch Ba is fed at its eastern end by the Glencannel  and Clachaig Rivers.


Accessed from Knock and part of the Benmore Estate, the loch provides an easy starting point for exploring the mountains and is itself a centre for sport fishing.


A fresh water loch, Loch Ba lies in the remains of a double cauldra from an extinct volcano, another confirmation of Mull’s fiery start.


Rich in flora and fauna the area around Loch Ba can surprise visitors with unexpected sightings of apex predators, rare flowers and ancient woodlands.


Comprehensive walking routes can be found for the area and it forms yet another beautiful part of the Isle of Mull.


Photograph of Loch Ba footpath looking back towards Knock with the Beinn Bheag ridge in the background.
Photograph of Loch Ba with Ben More Lodge to the right.
Phptpgraph of Ancient Birch Woods, Loch Ba shores.
Photograph of Clachaig River looking towards Loch Ba.
Photograph of Bheinn Talaidh viewed from Loch Ba. Isle of Mull.

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