Highlights of Scotland

Rannoch Moor

During a short holiday in September 1996 I made a trip from Dundee westward with my parents. From Dundee we went via Perth, Crieff and Crianlarich Tyndrum. There we took the A82 northward. The highest point of the road is at 348 meters, and there is Rannoch Moor, a desolate, forbidding yet beautiful moorland. Below you find three pictures taken near Loch Bà.
Next we entered Glen Coe.

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Photo taken southward,
standing on the road side.

Loch Bà seen from a little hill.

From that little hill southwestward
with Black Mount (491 m) in the distance
and Loch na h-Achlaise in the front.

This map (17 kb) shows with a red square where these three photos were taken; dates: 15 September 1996.

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