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TITLE
Pap of Glen Coe from North Ballachulish
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_3493
PLACENAME
Ballachulish
DISTRICT
North Lorn
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Lismore and Appin
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
35339
KEYWORDS
postcard
photograph
Ballachulish
North Ballachulish
Glencoe
mountains
slate
climbing
Pap of Glencoe
Sgurr na Ciche
Pap of Glen Coe from North Ballachulish

This postcard contains a view of the Pap of Glencoe as seen from North Ballachulish.

Located on the north bank of Loch Leven, where it meets Loch Linnhe, the name Ballachulish originates from the Gaelic meaning, 'village on the narrows.'

The Pap of Glencoe, or Sgurr na Ciche in Gaelic, rises 742 m (2434 ft) on the northern side of Glencoe. The mountain forms part of the 'classic' view of the valley when entering it from the west.

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Pap of Glen Coe from North Ballachulish

ARGYLL: Lismore and Appin

postcard; photograph; Ballachulish; North Ballachulish; Glencoe; mountains; slate; climbing; Pap of Glencoe; Sgurr na Ciche

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

This postcard contains a view of the Pap of Glencoe as seen from North Ballachulish. <br /> <br /> Located on the north bank of Loch Leven, where it meets Loch Linnhe, the name Ballachulish originates from the Gaelic meaning, 'village on the narrows.' <br /> <br /> The Pap of Glencoe, or Sgurr na Ciche in Gaelic, rises 742 m (2434 ft) on the northern side of Glencoe. The mountain forms part of the 'classic' view of the valley when entering it from the west.