Type of Dive: Steep 60 Deg small stone slope.
Suggested Experience: Sport diver
Travel directions: From Glasgow travel west on the M8 onto the A82 then turn left onto the A817 turning right at the roundabout onto the A814 and continue north. The parking is in a cut in the hillside (see picture below) with water running down the cliff. Google
Parking directions: Parking for up to six cars in the cut in the cliff Google
From Glasgow: 43 miles, 1 hr 8 minutes
Lat & Long: N56.151734 W-4.80223
Tides: Tide tables
Site entry/exit: Step over the crash barrier 10m towards Arrocher from the car park and walk down the slope to the tree. The tree roots make steps to the shore. There are a couple of well placed rocks to sit and put on your fin’s. There is kelp to 3m depending on the tide Exit on the left of the wall looking towards the shore from the water.
Underwater directions: The dive site is a steep 60 deg slope to 53m with seaweed to 3m and small stones and broken shells. you can pick your depth and head up or down the Loch.
Site Hazards: Fast cars and bikes on A814, Depth
Nearest Public phone: Finnart oil terminal / The village Inn, Arrocher
Mobile Network service: Vodaphone, Orange
Cafe: Pit Stop Diner, Arrochar
Links: None with good info
Created by: John Nicolson
Surface Photos: Looking down the Loch
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