Highland ‘roller coaster’

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Comments (15)

TomDerElch.de on December 5, 2008

Just looking at this picture makes me sick!....


philzee on December 14, 2008

My kids would love this road lol.

Aniikha on March 7, 2009

haha its cool, someday Im going to be there!

mhutch6975 on May 22, 2009

My dad took us there,while driving in an old VW along that Rd. and yes I'd loved it. And when I was grown up I took my own kids there.They where impressed as I was.

Andrea Gaifami on April 20, 2010

Ever seen this one, taken in the Brazilian heart of the Amazon forest ?

Tomáš Gregor on April 20, 2010


Peter C Byron on June 7, 2010

Geoff But why is the roller coaster so????

Respect & Honour Peter

Geoff Spivey on June 7, 2010

Hello Peter. If you are referring to the geology of the terrain I don’t know. The road runs parallel to the south shore of Loch Ness, so I suspect the ground has been subjected to some extreme movement in the creation of the Great Glen. Regards Geoff.

Peter C Byron on June 10, 2010

Geoff the ridges are piles of glacial morrian left behind as the ice melted about 10,000 years ago.

Respect & Honour Peter

Geoff Spivey on June 11, 2010

Thanks for the information Peter. It would be interesting to know what our landscape would look like without the influence of the the ice. Where I live in south Bedfordshire we have some attractive hills as a legacy. Regards Geoff.

Peter C Byron on June 11, 2010

Geoff Without the effects of ice and erosion Everest would be 80000ft high the Alps 45000ft and the highlands of Scotland 30000ft. And Sir Edmond would have been quite happy to climb Mt Cook as that too would be 45000ft high.

Respect and Honour Peter

Geoff Spivey on June 11, 2010

Crikey Peter, that’s an awesome amount of material which has been repositioned somewhere! Geoff.

wdfoto on April 17, 2011

Interesting view

murr on September 16, 2011

extraordinary landscape!

Caledonia558 on September 23, 2011

Brilliant bit of road, used to love driving along there. Great shot!

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