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Inversnaid is a village on the east bank of Loch Lomond in Scotland, near the north end of the loch. It has a pier and a hotel, and the West Highland Way passes through the village. A small passenger ferry runs from Inversnaid to Inveruglas on the opposite shore of the loch. To reach Inversnaid by road involves a lengthy overland route from Aberfoyle. It is also the title of a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.[1]

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  1. "Inversnaid - Inversnaid Poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins". 3 January 2003.

Coordinates: 56°15′N 4°41′W / 56.250°N 4.683°W / 56.250; -4.683