This is a small site at the side of the A83, approximately 2 miles north of Arrochar. It is easily accessible from a layby at the side of the road (although the traffic on the main road is very fast and often busy, so watch out!). Entry is from the shore, and the site underwater covers a small rocky reef from about 12-20m. There is a fair amount of life on the reef including *many* sealochs anemones, some large (and relatively tame) ballan wrasse and (as the name suggests) more than a few conger eels. Visibilty is variable depending on the weather and number of divers, but is generally about 3-5m.
Written by: Rosanna Milligan