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There are some great photo stops in the Glen, why not take a drive to appreciate Glencoe's fantastic scenery?

 The first stop is just South of the Visitor Centre. This gives great views of Sgurr nam Fiannaidh, at the end of the Aonach Eagach.
Then drive South a mile and a half into the Glen to the An Torr Car Park. There you can see the Aonach Eagach on the north of the Glen all the way round to the three sisters on the South and Sgor na h Ulaidh in the south west.
The next lay by is by Loch Achtriochtan, views to Achnambeithach, and Coire nam Beith, and also Whooper Swans in the winter and Swallows in the summer, feeding on and above the Loch.
The next stops in the Glen are lay bys looking at the three sisters, one at Coire nan Lochan and one at Coire Gabhail.
The next stop is at the Devil’s Staircase part of the well known West Highlnad Way. From here you can see Buachaille Etive Mor to the south, the end of the “Ring Fault” in the crags to the North West, and Rannoch moor to the East.

Visitor Centre Reception
Visitor Centre Reception
Visitor Centre Campsite
Visitor Centre Campsite
Car Parking in Glencoe
Car Parking in Glencoe


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