The Loch: C102-105
The Loch is the stream that bisects the Central Park Ravine with the Wildflower Meadow on one side and the North Woods on the other.
Starting at the northeast edge of the Pool where the First Cascade pours waters over a rocky incline into its narrow bed it meanders beneath the Glen Span Arch through the
valley to the Huddlestone Arch where it abruply ends. Once feeding waters into the Harlem Meer its natural flow was rudely terminated by the construction of the Lasker Pool an act that truly contaminated the wonderful rustic magnificence of this area of the Park.