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Great Glen

n
(Placename) the Great Glen a fault valley across the whole of Scotland, extending southwest from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Linnhe and containing Loch Ness and Loch Lochy. Also known as: Glen More or Glen Albyn
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"Last year, we cycled the Great Glen Way and the year before, we did the West Highland Way.
We like the Yews at Great Glen, which has a kids' menu.
It swooped 500ft above Invermoriston valley before turning into the Great Glen at 500 mph.
Stewart Sutherland has not been seen since September 20 at the Great Glen Water Park, Inverness-shire.
They begin at Ben Nevis, near Fort William, through the Caledonian Canal and the Great Glen Way past Loch Ness to Inverness.
The long-awaited Great Glen Way is due to open next year, and experts predict it could lead to millions being poured into the area's economy.
Don McColl, who is believed to be Scotland's oldest pilot, enjoys flying along the Great Glen out of Inverness-based Highland Aviation Flying School He flew under cover of darkness into Italy and eastern Europe during World War II after joining the RAF in 1941, aged 18.
The atrium in the pounds 15million eco-friendly Great Glen House lets in too much light and causes glare on employees' computer screens.
For instance, we're helping to plan for the opening of the Great Glen Way which will be like a Highland version of the West Highland Way.
The Nokia Coast to Coast Challenge covers 109 miles of some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Highlands, including Loch Ness, the Great Glen, Ben Nevis and Glen Coe.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident in Great Glen.
But Great Glen Fine Foods, of North Ballachulish, uses only goat's milk.