Corpach lies to the north of Fort William, where Loch Linnhe turns sharply to the west, narrowing and then widening out again to form Loch Eil. The village was a modest settlement up until 1795, when it was reached by the new road from Fort William. Corpach is where the Caledonian Canal joins with Loch Linnhe and the route to the sea. In the background, to the south-east, is Ben Nevis. The mountain once boasted a hostel and an observatory on its summit. The observatory lasted from 1883 to 1904, and the hostel closed in 1915.
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