Day 245: Onich to Fort William – Glimpses of Glen Coe

Inverness-shire - South, Scotland

Morning light from Glen Coe with Ballachulish Bridge, Highland, Scotland.

Aonach Dubh above Glen Coe from Onich, Highland, Scotland.

The Corran Ferry, Highland, Scotland.

Druim na Sgriodain above Corran, Ardgour, Highland, Scotland.

Corran Point Lighthouse, Highland, Scotland.

Sgurr na h-Eanchainne above Cille Mhoadain graveyard, Ardgour, Highland, Scotland.

A82 to Fort William, Highland, Scotland

Druim na Sgriodain above Keil House, Ardgour, Highland, Scotland.

Old Kiachnish Bridge, Highland, Scotland.

Sgurr na h-Eanchainne, Loch Linnhe and the River Kiachnish, Highland, Scotland.

Date of walk: 10/11/2018

Cheer up mate it doesn’t rain all the time.

The Scottish gymnastics team seems somewhat underfunded .

The hiviz hat and panel for my pack that I wear for the stretches of busy road walking. The concentration required make days like this with lots of main road with no pavement particularly tiring.


I’ve scored the best view in Fort William from my room! You can just make out the mighty Bin Nevis.

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15 thoughts on “Day 245: Onich to Fort William – Glimpses of Glen Coe”

  1. Truly a wonderful set of magical captures. The opening photo with the morning light is beautiful and my favorite.

  2. The first one is truly stunning, but I also love the ones with the light on the hills. You had some fantastic light in between the rain!

    • Yes, that was a special moment. The photos give an impression of stunning sunlight at all times when it actually only last a few previous minutes

  3. Yep, I loved the first piccy. There is always something ethereal about Glen Coe no matter what the weather. We’ve driven through in brilliant sunshine and mist and it was was always stunning.

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