Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Etive, Loch, in the Lome district of the county of Argyle, Scotland, is an inlet of the sea upon the west coast, of varying breadth, but nowhere more than 1J miles wide, and extending for 20 miles inland. It has beautiful scenery, and there are several creeks which afford good anchorage to vessels. Not far from the entrance is a rapid caused by a ridge of rocks, and at certain states of tide this is a cataract.