A wild place indeed! It stretches across the most uninhabited part of Jura for miles, almost cutting the island in two. Apart from a shooting lodge at Glenbatrick on the south shore there is no obvious habitation (apparently the lodge is a summer retreat for Viscount Astor). Just moorland and raised beaches. On a bad day it is dire, but on a good day it is fabulous as a getting away from it all place. And if there is another boat in Cumhann Mor Bay, you can always go further in to the inner loch, and even further again through Cumhann Beag although I never have. In fact I have never seen another boat anywhere in the loch. An attractive place spoilt only, said a friend, by 'the noise of a motor boat towing a small rowing boat containing the remains of two stags!'