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Glen Ogle - Lochearnhead

GlenOgleThe name Glen Ogle may come from the Celtic word ocel meaning high. Queen Victoria once said it was Britain’s Khyber Pass, the glen is situated in the centre of Scotland where the highlands begin.

At the southern end is the village of Lochearnhead which sits at the head of Loch Earn, the glen climbs gently north between heather covered mountains to a height of a thousand feet and drops down to Lix Toll with the village of Killin to the east and the serene Glen Dochart to the west, the main A85 trunk road runs through the glen making it’s way to the ferry port of Oban or north to Fort Willam.

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(Balquhidder, Lochearnhead, St Fillans & Strathyre)