we drove further down A82 (in the direction of fort williams) to the Buachaille Etive Mor viewpoint on 9.6.2017. ^^.
we sat on a bench facing the mountain & relaxed & took pictures. 🙂
there’s some hikinhg trail up the mountain.
we took a short stroll along the road.
to the bridge across the stream.
Buachaille Etive Mor on the other side.
this the landmark we saw driving up A82 towards glen etive. now it was ahead of us.
we drove a short distance down the road A82 to three sisters viewpoint.
the 3 sisters viewpoint carpark is the start of the lost valley trail head.
for our standard of hiking, that would probably took us 3 to 4hrs…haha!
it was like 3.30pm. the weather had cleared after the early afternoon drizzle. we were uncertain of the weather the next day & whether we should just get on with the hike.
still we had all the excuses, so we decided to go for a lakeside stroll at glencoe lochan instead. haha! ^^
The Three Sisters: Beinn Fhada, Gearr Aonach, and Aonach Dubh are three steeply-sided ridges that extend north into the Glen.
a popular spot indeed!
we drove further along A82 & came to the falls of glencoe.
another tiny falls, and good for a few pictures.
after the falls, we drove on to glencoe lochan for a leisurely 45mins round the lakeside stroll. quite fun too la!
Buachaille Etive Mor
- 1,022 m
- Glen Etive, Scotland
A82, Ballachulish PH49 4HX, UK