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This wild and rocky landscape in Wester Ross is typical of the Highlands. The looming quartzite peaks of Beinn Eighe are in the background. The glen, which runs 15 miles from the shores of Loch Torridon to Kinlochewe, is popular with walkers, but the terrain can be perilous and the weather can quickly change rapidly for the worse. The UK's first National Nature Reserve was some miles away on the slopes of Sgurr Ban.

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