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Spean Bridge, Roybridge and Loch Ossian


Spean Bridge, Roybridge and Loch Ossian

Spean Bridge has a strategic position at the heart of the Highlands. The village lies at the foot of Glen Spean which sweeps eastwards for many miles, through Roybridge and past Loch Laggan, eventually leading through to the Cairngorms.

The area is packed with terrific walking of great variety. The mountain ranges of the Grey Corries, Easains and Creag Meagaidh group line both sides of the A86, a rich hunting ground for Munro baggers. To the north lonely Glen Roy - famed for its 'parallel roads' - winds far into the mountains, whilst to the south is Corrour railway station - jumping off point for the wilds around Loch Ossian, inaccessible by car. This whole region is also traversed by the East Highland Way long distance route.

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