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Glencoe is an amazing place -  internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage. It’s a place of towering, spectacular, brooding hills, diverse and rare wildlife and of a famous yet tragic event in Scotland’s history. Here are the facts:

  • 500,000,000 years of geology
  • 1,000,000 visitors to the Glen each year
  • 200,000 hill walkers each year
  • 5,800 Ha of fantastic landscape
  • 5,000 years of human settlement
  • 8 Munros (Mountains over 900m)

The National Trust for Scotland is a charity, number       (SC 007410) and depends for its support on the subscriptions of its members, donations and legacies.

HELP US to Conserve Glencoe for future generations to enjoy,

Click HERE to find out about how you can support our conservation work by making an On-line donation or call us now on 0131 243 9343. E Mail enquiries to [email protected]

To learn more about the conservation works of the National Trust for Scotland as regards the Natural, Cultural and Built Heritage of Scotland, then click HERE.

We thank all the businesses out there playing their part to to preserve the beauty afforded by Glencoe and indeed all the beauty offered by this country. Through high-quality craftmanship (hand made methods often create durable, reliable products), sustainable materials (like teak wood garden furniture) and proper maintenance instructions helps do just this.


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