This is a collection of miscellaneous "tourist" shots of Glencoe, taken on various visits between 1979 and 1998.
The Study  (1979)

This concrete viaduct carries the A82 over and through the narrowest part of the ravine formed by the river Coe, a few hundred yards east of the northern shoulder of Beinn Fada.

Aonach Eagach (1983)

The famous Notched Ridge, said to be the most difficult mountain ridge on the British mainland, seen from the eastern end of the straightest part of the glen opposite the Three Sisters. Sgor nam Fiannaidh lies at the western end.

Aonach Eagach (1983)

The same ridge, with Loch Achrochtain in the foreground and Am Bodach at the eastern end.

Loch Achtiochtran (1983)

Looking eastwards along the length of Glencoe.

Aonach Eagach (1983)

The rock formation known as the Chancellor stands high above the glen.

Clachaig Bridge (1983)

The "new" bridge at Clachaig, just west of the junction between the new and old roads at Glencoe's western end. The cottage of Achnambeithach is seen beyond.

Aonach Eagach (1983)

The Aonach eagach seen from the old road near Clachaig

Loch Leven sunset (1983)

The sun sets over Loch Leven, seen from the coast road from Glencoe to Ballachulish. It's approaching 9pm on an evening in mid-August.

Loch Leven sunset (1983)

A couple of hundred yards west of the previous shot and about 10 minutes later.

Loch Leven sunset (1983)

Another 10 minutes later and the sun has disappeared for the day.

Cloud formations (1998)

Shot through the window of the Citylink coach on the return from an aborted walk near Loch Lomond in August 1998, clouds boil over the Aonach Eagach ridge.

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This page last updated 20th May 2001