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Loch Coulin, Wester Ross

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Loch Coulin, Wester Ross
Wester Ross - Torridon, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Loch Coulin lies between Glen Torridon and Glen Carron, in beautiful Wester Ross. A trail leads from the entrance to the Coulin Estate in Glen Torridon, on the A896, to Glen Carron on the A890. Or you can do a loop around the loch and walk back to Glen Torridon on the western shore of the loch, where this photo was taken.

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