The Pap of Glencoe
Loch Leven. Hasselblad 45mm. February 2007.
Loch Leven is a typical example of the many sea lochs found along the West coast of Scotland. It stretches 14 km (9 miles) inland to the small village of Kinlochleven and is surrounded on all sides by steep, glaciated mountains. This image shows Sgorr na Ciche more commonly known as The Pap of Glencoe. This distinctive coastal peak is smaller in size compared to the nearby Munros of Glencoe but lacks nothing in character and profile.
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