Glencoe, Scotland

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Day 6 of our road trip, light drizzles.

P:M: After Glennfinnan Viaduct (The Harry Potter Bridge), we continued our journey via Glencoe before reaching our accomodation at Loch Long. We have entered another 250km with Day 6′ agenda from Fort Augustus-Fort William -Glenfinnan Viaduct-Glencoe-Loch Long.

“A glen is a valley, typically one that is long, deep and often glacially U-shaped, or one with a watercourse running through it.”-Wikipedia. Glencoe is the most famous glen in Scotland for its touristic  purposes for hillwalking vacations, mountaineering and also for Harry Potter’s scenes.

We were driving slowly while taking some peeps over the steep mountain at this close distance at A82 highway. We spent less than 30 minutes in this area as we were just cruising through the valley without stopping for long.

There would be much more to do when the weather is beautiful in the summer. Glencoe is indeed pristinely beautiful.

Cheers,
M&M

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