Glen Coe

Summary for Glen Coe

Glen Coe is an region in Scotand and is located in the area as defined by SMC. There are 8 munros around here.The highest munro is Stob Coire Raineach at a height of 925 metres .The smallest munro is Bidean nam Bian at a height of 1150 metres .

Access: Easy access from the A82 Road for all the peaks and single track road to Glen Etive to access the southern peaks. Also access from the north from the B86 to Kinlockleven
Transport: Bus: Glasgow - Fort William
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Details for: Glen Coe

The entrance to the glen from above is on Rannoch Moor to the east, below the mountain of Meall a'Bhuiridh; Glen Etive runs to the south from nearby. The entrance to Glen Coe is marked by Buachaille Etive Mor, "the great herdsman of Etive" at the 'junction' with Glen Etive. Glen Coe then runs roughly west for about 12 km (7.5 miles) before turning north-west towards Loch Leven.

The south side of the glen is marked by a succession of distinct peaks: Buachaille Etive Mor is followed to the west by Buachaille Etive Beag, then by the Three Sisters, shoulders of the Bidean nam Bian massif which itself marks the western end of the glen. By contrast the north side of the glen is a stark wall of mountain, the Aonach Eagach ridge. The western end terminates with the conical Pap of Glencoe, above Glencoe village, at the point where the glen opens out to Loch Leven.

Glen Coe is probably the most popular walking and climbing area in the Scottish Highlands and can be quite busy on the mountains

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Order Heightsort icon Munro Grid Point
263 925 Stob Coire Raineach NN191548
212 953 Meall Dearg NN161583
207 956 Stob na Broige NN190525
201 958 Stob Dubh NN179535
188 967 Sgorr nam Fiannaidh NN140583
110 1,021 Stob Dearg NN222542
65 1,072 Stob Coire Sgreamhach NN154536
23 1,150 Bidean nam Bian NN143542