The road home…

Andy was out walking the dogs this morning above the village and, knowing that the glen would look stunning with the recent snowfall, he decided to make a little diversion…. 😀

Our road home....
The A82 across Rannoch Moor and Buachaille Etive Mòr
Our road home….
The A82 across Rannoch Moor and Buachaille Etive Mòr
Blackrock Cottage – Ladies Scottish Climbing Club
The view of the Western end of Glencoe from above the village.
Aonach Eagach, the mainlands most precipitous ridge, from Loch Achtriochtan
Glencoe’s three sisters…
(L-R) Beinn Fhada, Geàrr Aonach, Aonach Dubh.
Lagangarbh cottage – Scottish Mountaineering Club
Buchaille Etive Mòr

Scenery & Sunsets

Living life in our Glencoe Bed and Breakfast :

Some phone snaps taken from around Glencoe and Ballachulish recently…

Sunset 7th Sept from the Old Pier just outside Pier House.

Sunset on 28th Sept from the Old Pier just outside Pier House.

Out on out local dog walk on the side of The Pap of Glencoe above the village. This is looking South through the West end of Glencoe and along Fionn Ghleann.
An t-Stron on the Left. Aonach Dudh à Ghlinne on the Right.

The West Face of Aoncah Dubh, Stob Coire nan Lochan, Stob Coire nam Beith and An t-Stròn.

In Gleann an Fhiodh South of Ballachulish.
The River Laroch

Gleann an Fhiodh, Sgorr Gleann a’ Choise. South of Ballachulish.