Glen Coe


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Glen Coe

 (glĕn′ kō′)
A valley in the Scottish Highlands north-northwest of Glasgow. It was the site of a notorious massacre of Jacobites by Scottish soldiers loyal to William of Orange (February 13, 1692).
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Determined to show other families that nothing is impossible, even with a heart defect, two-year-old Lola and her parents and siblings climbed to the top of The Devil's Staircase at Glen Coe at the end of last month.
To the east the eye is drawn to the rugged mountains of Glen Coe, dominated by the massive block of Bidean nam Bian, cut in its upper reaches by deep corries separated by sharp aretes.
along the way she climbed 14,760ft, passing through Glen Coe, climbing the Devil's Staircase and skirting the Mamore mountains before finishing in the shadow of ben nevis.
Much of the new film was shot in the US state of Montana for cost reasons, but Scottish locations include Glen Coe, the Isle of Skye and Eilean Donan Castle.
Participants in a fourth race of Salomon Skyline Scotland, the Salomon Glen Coe Skyline, have already been notified of their places.
The BBC said the crew was spotted filming on location in Glen Coe. The area didn't have much link with Mary, but it was the location of the Massacre of Glencoe.
Watching the patches of cloud shadow slide along the rugged heather-clad landscape of Glen Coe, you struggle to comprehend how scenery so huge can account for such a small section of the road map.
Glen Coe spectacular scenery Coatbridge photographer Hugh Campbell braved some chilly conditions to take this picture of Glen Coe Valley during his visit to the Highlands.
| ENJOY the stunning scenery of Glen Coe and soak up the post-Christmas atmosphere on a festive guided walking break this Twixmas.
Starting in Snowdonia the Kona 10 Challenge criss-crossed the British Isles taking in Croghan Hill and the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland before scaling Scaffell Pike in the Lake District then on to Scotland where Sophie's adventure trail took her from North Berwick Law to Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh the on to Glen Coe, the summit of Ben Nevis, the remote headland of Ardnamurchan and ended at Cuillin Ridge on the Isle of Skye - and all in 72 hours to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer.
On the other side of the moor it dips down between the massive shoulders of Glen Coe, before crossing Loch Leven and running up to Fort William.
"When Ewan was young we'd spend Easter in the Highlands and winters skiing in Glen Coe."
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