This is probably a year round hike but only as long as the weather is decent. The best time with least rainfall is from mid April till the end of May. Can be a bit crowded during summertime. I would recommend to go in the afternoon to experience fine sunset on the way back (of course when the sun is out:-))
Coire Lagan is a fine place on the Isle of Skye. It is situated in southern part of the famous Cuillin ridge. The loch is surrounded by three Munros - Sgurr Alasdair, Sgurr Dearg and Sgurr Mhic Choinnich. The path to the loch starts in Glen Brittle campsite and is in excellent condition the only "hard" part is near the loch where you have to walk little bit of scree and do very easy scramble. It is suitable almost for everyone. There is crystal clear water in the loch and the views down the coire towards Loch Brittle are just amazing. The round trip to the loch and back takes around 3 hours.
More information about the hike can be found here: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/s...