The Glen of Glen Coe starts in the east at
the 1,108m / 3,635ft Meall a Bhuiridh mountain
where the Glencoe Mountain
Resort is situated. The Glen runs 13 miles
west to Glencoe Village, through scenic
mountains with 10 over 3,000ft. 43 Large Images
of the Glen of Glen Coe with
its many attractions.
The Glencoe Mountain Resort has a Cafe at
the car park, and another named The Eagles Rest
up on the mountain at 2,200ft, reached by the
chair lift, a popular visitor attraction with
great views. The resort has all year
The image second top is of the largest of
the many car parks along Glen Coe at the
Mountains referred to as The Three Sisters.
There is a large Cairn here giving information
on the Mountains, a popular spot for the many
The highest of the three Mountains is the
3,770ft Bidean nam Bian. As well as hiking or
climbing the highest Mountains, there are a few
well marked Walks down Glens between the
Signal Rock is
a popular Walk from a fairly large car park
about 3 miles east of Glencoe Village. This is
the area where the signal was given to the
Campbell's to begin the Glencoe Massacre.
Glencoe Visitor Centre is situated
about 2 miles east of Glencoe Village. The
Centre gives information on the Area from AD
300 up to the present day. The Centre also has
a Viewing Area, Walks, Cafe and Shop.
Glencoe Village has a large car park on its
west side, next to a Craft Shop with a
Cafe. Next to the Craft Shop is the Glencoe Studio
In the Village centre is the Glencoe Inn
with a restaurant and beer garden. The Inn has
views down Loch Leven.
Also in the Village centre, by the Inn, is
the Glencoe Mountain Rescue base. The Main
Street in Glencoe runs up past the Mountain
Rescue to the Church, Folk Museum, and Glencoe
Massacre Memorial. Large Image.
The Pointy Mountain at Glencoe Village is
the 2,434ft Pap of Glencoe, a popular hike
from the Village.
Church is about half way up the Main Street
in Glencoe. The Church was completed in 1880 to
designs of Alexander Ross.
The Glencoe Folk
Museum is close to the Church, giving
information on local life, industry, and has
displays of artifacts and costumes.
At the end of the Main Street, just before a
Bridge, is the Glencoe War Memorial. The single
lane Upper Carnoch Road leads from the War
Memorial to the Glencoe Massacre Memorial,
about 200 yards between the two Memorials.
Be careful not to walk past the Massacre
Memorial in summer, as it is surrounded with