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TITLE
Blaven, Clach Glas and Loch an Athain
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_2586
PLACENAME
Loch an Athain
DISTRICT
Skye
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Strath
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
34488
KEYWORDS
mountains
Blà Bheinn
Clach Glas: Camusunary
Blaven, Clach Glas and Loch an Athain

This view is from a more unusual approach for a postcard photograph. Taken looking east, in Strath na Crèitheach the small figure by Loch an Athain clearly puts the bulk of Blà Bheinn in perspective, with the almost as imposing rock tower of Clach Glas standing to its left. The vantage point for this photograph is reached either from Sligachan, or Camusunary. To climb Blà Bheinn, most people would choose to approach the hill from the other side leaving from the Elgol road

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Blaven, Clach Glas and Loch an Athain

INVERNESS: Strath

1930s

mountains; Blà Bheinn; Clach Glas: Camusunary

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

This view is from a more unusual approach for a postcard photograph. Taken looking east, in Strath na Crèitheach the small figure by Loch an Athain clearly puts the bulk of Blà Bheinn in perspective, with the almost as imposing rock tower of Clach Glas standing to its left. The vantage point for this photograph is reached either from Sligachan, or Camusunary. To climb Blà Bheinn, most people would choose to approach the hill from the other side leaving from the Elgol road