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Beautiful scenic loch in a country park. Perfect for early morning swims when place is deserted and the sun makes the water sparkle. Follow the A81 North out of Glasgow. Go through Milngavie and then take right turn sign posted to Mugdock park. Follow road and park in the East carpark. Follow footpath for 100m to Loch
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Swimmer descriptions

  • Added: 11/09/2012

    This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

    There have been reports of broken glass at Dumbrock Loch so please take extra care.

  • Added: 18/05/2014

    As described by others.

    This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

    I went there in May 2014 and it was so shallow I don't fancy swimming in it. I would not recommend it.

  • Added: 08/05/2019

    This is a description and pointer on the map showing how to get to Mugdock Loch.

    I went there and it was indeed lovely.

    Dumbrock Loch is on the other side just outside the country park and was minging mud and shallow.

    So follow the instructions, don't go to Dumbrock Loch.

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