I've been coming here since I was a child and fortunately it has been kept as a paradise for wildlife, walkers and photographers. Sweeping snow capped mountains form the glens, down which flow multiple streams. We never felt rushed by other drivers as we took advantage of the many photo opportunities. You can still imagine the ancient clan villages tucked amongst the mountains and the grief of the massacre of 1692. The café was a welcome break but felt the cost of the Visitor Centre was too high for us to take advantage of what they offered. We would also have appreciated some more guidance of what we were seeing at the start of our tour through the Glen rather than at the end.
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