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Panoramic View from Beinn a'Chrulaiste United Kingdom

This is a typical hiker's spot but offers such an awesome view over the mountains of the Glen Coe area that you should get up there with a camera!

You will see the top of Buachaille Etive Mòr called Stob Dearg (1021m) its brother Buachaille Etive Beag with mountain tops Stob Coire Raineach (925m) and Stob Dubh (958m) and also the tip of the Three Sisters called Beinn Fhada (811m). On the left there's Black Mount with peaks Creise (1100m) and Meall a' Bhùiridh (1108m). River Coupall is meandering through those mountains.
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Put on waterproof hiking shoes as Glen Coe can be very boggy and you will have to hike a bit to get up to this view point. Warm and dry feet are a must... You can easily park at the marked spot.
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56°39'51.131" N 4°53'15.7143" W

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  • Bob Jackson
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  • Lisa Frost
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  • Michael Betz
  • Anna Muirhead
  • Marcel K.
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  • Thomas Mahnken
  • Darren Martin
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  • Zwn Nelke
  • Werner Koch
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Spot comments (5)

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Bob Jackson
Bob Jackson 25.09.2019
Thats a good shot. How long to hike up? Thanks
Andreas Brett
Andreas Brett 26.09.2019
Thank you very much! I can't really pin point on how long it took us as weather conditions where bad and that messed with my sense of time... I think this was roughly a 30-45min hike. You can get the GPS track for the whole hike here: https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fortwilliam/beinn-a-chrulaiste.shtml I took the photo at 56.66895, -4.87691 (roughly) which is still below the peak but high enough for a great vista.
Bob Jackson
Bob Jackson 26.09.2019
Thank you for the info. Best wishes
Darren Martin
Darren Martin 30.08.2018
Great wide angle shot. Was this a stitched panorama or wide angle lens?
Andreas Brett
Andreas Brett 30.08.2018
Thank you very much. This range is way too wide for a single-shot photo. It is a stitched panorama of 7 shots that I cropped. So in essence it should be 5 stitched photos.

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Thank you Andreas Brett for creating this photo spot.
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