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Signal Rock

Signal Rock

Postby Beekeeper » Mon Dec 13, 2010 6:12 pm

Route description: Signal Rock and An Torr, Glencoe

Date walked: 01/10/2010

Time taken: 1 hours

Distance: 2 km

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Signal Rock was sadly our last walk this year in Scotland. :( At the day of departing from the Glencoe area we have a wee bit time for a short walk to say goodbye. So we decide to do the Signal Rock.
The walk itself is nice and easy going with some fine views. Its ideal when you have not to much time and want to relax from a strenuous drive or have a lazy day from hillwalking.

Aonach Eagach viewed from the start

Mrs Beekeeper crossing the River Coe

Glen Coe View

River Coe

Signal Rock itself

The view from the top of Signal Rock

The way back to the car park alongside a little burn

Watch out for Dipper diving and swimming in the water

Goodbye Scotland we will see you next year. :D
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Re: Signal Rock

Postby rockhopper » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:18 pm

Looks a nice walk beekeeper.........look froward to hearing from you when you're back next year :D
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