Buchaille Etive Mor is perhaps the second most famous of Scotland’s Munros after Ben Nevis. And whilst this imposing craggy mountain rising out of the head of Glen Etive can appear at first almost unassailable, the steep ascent through scree and boulders makes for a challenging and rewarding trek.
Travellers staying in hotels in this part of the country will find that this stunning mountain is often found on Scottish postcards and calendars, making it a popular attraction for photographers both professional and amateur alike.
Glencoe Village and Outdoor Activities
The small village of Glencoe sits on the Coe River, and is situated in some of the most beautiful landscape Scotland has to offer, with snow-capped mountains, rushing rivers fed with melt-water, and stunning corries that were carved out by glaciers thousands of years ago.
If you’re looking for adventure, than this region of Scotland is the perfect place for you, you’ll find trekking, mountain climbing, rock climbing, snowboarding, skiing, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain and road biking, all sitting right on the doorstep of Glencoe. To book your stay now, be sure to use the Expedia search tool where you’ll find hotels, bed & breakfasts, and more.
Scotland is a land of stunning beauty and rich culture, so don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy all it has to offer.