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TITLE
Glen Coe
EXTERNAL ID
PC_MACLEAN_HARRIS&LEWIS09_31
PLACENAME
Glen Coe
DISTRICT
North Lorn
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Lismore and Appin
DATE OF IMAGE
10 July 2009
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Clare Maclean
SOURCE
Clare Maclean
ASSET ID
29250
KEYWORDS
mountains
glens
hills
landscapes
Glen Coe

This photograph looks towards Glen Coe from the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre. The hill on the left is Beinn Maol Chaluim which stands about five miles south east of Glencoe village. It reaches a height of 907m (2975 ft). On the right is Aonach Dubh a' Ghlinne. It is one of the Three Sisters of Glen Coe. The Three Sisters are steep sided ridges which form part of Bidean nam Bian which reaches a height of 1150m (3773 ft).

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Glen Coe

ARGYLL: Lismore and Appin

2000s

mountains; glens; hills; landscapes;

Clare Maclean

This photograph looks towards Glen Coe from the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre. The hill on the left is Beinn Maol Chaluim which stands about five miles south east of Glencoe village. It reaches a height of 907m (2975 ft). On the right is Aonach Dubh a' Ghlinne. It is one of the Three Sisters of Glen Coe. The Three Sisters are steep sided ridges which form part of Bidean nam Bian which reaches a height of 1150m (3773 ft).