We walked part of the Pap of Glencoe walk which is a hill walk starting from Old Glencoe Road, just a little bit east of Strath Lodge Glencoe. It’s a rocky, boggy walk with bits that require scrambling on all fours. There are also streams that you need to cross over although with a bit of care you can parkour from one stone to another without getting your feet wet. The track isn’t very well-maintained and there’s a small bridge near the start of the walk with missing beams. That said, you don’t have to go very far to get the wonderful views and I think it would be well worth the adventure to see the views from the top. Here’s what we enjoyed just part-way up.
Pap of Glencoe
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