Loch Tay is one of Scotland’s deepest lochs at around 500ft deep and stretches some 15 miles. The main settlements around the loch are Kenmore and Killin. It’s popular for sailing and watersports these days but 2,500 years ago people actually lived on the loch in Crannogs and you can still see one of these today at Kenmore and get a feel for what it would have been like for these Iron Age people. Stop off at the Scottish Crannog Centre at Kenmore to find out all about how they lived. Fishing is also popular on this loch and you can get a permit at Kenmore or Killin.