Sheep along Loch Leven at Ballachulish in Scottish Highlands, Scotland - Encircle Photos

11 Sheep along Loch Leven at Ballachulish in Scottish Highlands, Scotland

The last leg of your driving tour through the Scottish Highlands is from Fort Williams to Glasgow. You will follow scenic A82 for about 110 miles. Initially, the road runs south, parallel to Loch Linnhe and the Great Glen Fault, until you reach this delightful view at the base of the Glencoe Mountain. These blackface sheep are grazing along the Old Ferry Road beneath the Ballachulish Bridge. Since 1975, its steel truss frame has crossed over Loch Leven, connecting the villages of North and South Ballachulish. There are about 6.5 million sheep in Scotland or 1.3 million more than people.

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A82 & Old Ferry Rd Fort William PH33 6SB, UK

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