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The Falls of Lora

The smooth, glassy surface of this stunning sea loch near Oban belies the hairy, rollercoaster experience that awaits the diver beneath. Hang on to your fins – this is not a dive for the faint-hearted!

The sea lochs around the west coast of Scotland are often so narrow they look more like lakes than sea lochs. But then, this aspect often contributes to some ripping currents which, combined with a fantastic landscape, are what makes diving the lochs so more

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john nicolson
posted : January 08, 2011

A dive guide to diving the falls

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posted : June 17, 2005

Och aye Scotland, Sheepboy and Co fly dived the Falls the other week, makes a change from Dotty, used the same kit though, twins etc etc vis OK some good down currents as you go over the edge some big white rocks at 40m ish look interesting stayed at The Loch Nell, Strong current kicks you out in to the middle of the loch as you surface, long swim back to slipway, must do it on springs next time

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