View of Buachaille Etive Mor

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Recommended by 4 out of 5 hikers

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  • Chris

    This imposing mountain (pronounced 'boorkeleh ettiv moor') fills this Glencoe landscape and seems to watch over the surrounding moors. At a height of 3353ft (1022m), it's one of the higher surrounding peaks and proves a challenging scramble to get to the top.

    The name is Gaellic and means "Great Herdsman of Etive" after the River Etive that almost surrounds it.

    • 05/09/2018

  • Tom

    This has to be one of the most spectacular places to walk/hike in the UK, on a good day you get great views, you are only a half hour drive from Fort William. Glencoe also has the mountain resort which is worth a visit.

    • 30/08/2018

  • J&J S3ID3L

    Somehow you get in this plane just because of a narrow road in the middle of the desolation of the Scottish Highlands an impression how deserted this landscape is.

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    • 31/08/2018

  • Christian

    It's especially bizarre when dark clouds hang in the valley and the sun's rays break in a special way.

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    • 6 days ago

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