The Pap of Glencoe (Sgurr na Cìche)

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The Pap of Glencoe (Sgurr na Cìche) - Highland
The Pap of Glencoe (Sgurr na Cìche) is a mountain on the northern side of Glen Coe in the Highlands of Scotland. It lies at the western end of the Aonach Eagach ridge, directly above the point where the River Coe enters Loch Leven.
The Pap is so named as it has a distinctive conical shape resembling a female breast, particularly when viewed from the west. It forms part of what is often regarded as the classic view of the entrance to Glen Coe.

Winters dawn, Glen Coe

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