The Highlands of Scotland.
The Scottish Highlands includes the approximate locations of Fort William, Glen Coe, the Ardnamurchan peninsula (which includes Castle Tioram) and Rannoch Moor. Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Great Britain, is near Fort William through which the Caledonian canal also passes.
Not far south of Fort William is Glen Coe famous both for the treacherous massacre that occurred there and for its scenic grandeur. Just behind the Three Sisters, at the head of the Hidden Valley, is the peak of Bidean Nam Bian at 3768 feet.
East and slightly south of Glen Coe is Rannoch Moor. A wild and desolate landscape but one which can provide stunning views in good weather. This is indeed spectacular country.
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