Loch Linnhe is a sea loch located on the west coast of Scotland. Which you can watch through a live webcam
The site upstream of the Corran is called An Linn Dhubh in Gaelic, which translates to “black pool” (originally known as Loch Abar), while downstream it is known as An Linn Sheilich, meaning “salt pool”. The name Linnhe comes from the Gaelic word “linne”, meaning “pool”.
Lough Linnhe borders the Great Glen Fault and is the only marine loch along this fault line. Stretching for approximately 50 kilometers (30 miles), it flows into the Firth of Lorn at its southwestern end.
The section of the lake upstream of Corran is 15 km (9 mi) long and has an average width of about 2 km (1 mi). The southern part of the lake widens and its south-eastern branch, near the island of Lismore, is known as the Lynn Lorne.
Loch Eil flows into Loch Linnhe at its northernmost point, while Loch Leven flows from the east, just after Corran, and Loch Creran flows into the Linn of Lorne. The town of Fort William is located at the north-eastern end of the lake, near the mouth of the Lochee River.