Stob Coire nan Lochan
Glen Coe. Hasselblad 90mm. May 2007.
The Bidean massif is the biggest mountain in Glen Coe and the highest point in Argyll. The full splendour of the mountain is only fully revealed from above where the conglomerate of corries, ridges and peaks are laid out. Despite not qualifying for Munro status The giant northeast facing cliffs that make up Stob Coire nan Lochan are more renowned for the reliable rock climbing routes of all grades throughout the seasons.
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