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A panorama of a view over Glen Affric and Loch Affric. The view is from the southern shore of Loch Affric opposite of Coire Leachavie. On the far left a nice example of the Caledonian Pine found in Glen Affric. Behind it the western end of Loch Affric with Glen Affric leading to Alltbeithe. Turning right the first mountains on the northern side of Glen Affric come into view. Slightly hidden behind the lower hills in the foreground is Creag Coire nan Each (1055m). Just to the right of it Coire Coulavie, Allt Coulavie is running out of it down Spùtan Bàn (waterfalls). Then An Tudair (1074m) is coming into view prominently, Màam Sodhail (1181m) is behind it but not visible from here. Coire Leachavie with Allt Coire Leachavie comes down behind An Tudair. On the north-eastern side of Coire Leachavie the ridge leading to Màm Sodhail, if you look closely you can make out the footpath leading into Coire Leachavie. Continuing to the right the large bulk of Sgurr na Lapaich (1036m, although this is not the Munro, that's further north) comes into view, dominating northern shore of Loch Affric. The eastern end of Loch Affric with Affric Lodge (not visible) on the far right of the panorama, Am Meallan and Beinn a' Mheadoin behind it.

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