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Glen Etive road end
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|Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom, PH49|
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|Take the single track road from the A82 at Buchaille Etive More, 18Km later at the road end is a small carpark which gives a quiet overnight spot, but beware of the midges. Take care on the road, it undulates quite a bit with some tight bends, best for small - medium vehicles. Plenty of space elsewhere in the glen for tents.|
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This should have been the best of all our wildcamps. It was a beautiful summer's evening in the most stunning location. We arrived to find a photo-shoot in progress for 'Chloe' catalogue, with rented vans and crew everywhere. Enjoyed a swim in Loch Etive (deer drinking in opposite bank), and they eventually left. We then endured hours next to a group of rowdy heavy drinking campers, who, when we fled at 4:30am were loudly cussing the midges. Should mention it was a Friday night.View all reviews by jennyhole
The only plus was seeing Glencoe at dawn. Won't be staying near campers again.
What a beautifull place to overnight. Stunning mountain views and total peace and quite.View all reviews by anthonysummers
Stunning place. Extremely quiet.View all reviews by primrosemary
We stayed in the small carpark at the end of the 11.5 mile single track road.
The Loch is beautiful. We were lucky enough to spot an otter.
If you like waking up to peace and quiet this is the place to be.
This was in December, may be different in thr summer.
Great wild camp site. Road is good for large moho’s as forestry trucks are known to use it. The road to the site is infamous for being in Skyfall the James Bond movie. Beware of the potholes thou.View all reviews by andysnell
Stayed in a layby/parking area on the road leading to this car park. No complaints, about from the weather... Road is narow in places but a stunning place to be.View all reviews by marc1187
I wouldn't hurry back here, what could have been a really nice spot has been ruined by inconsiderate wild campers. It looks like there are two main parking areas, when we went one area looked like it had been taken over by a group of fishermen ( permanent caravans) we drove round but felt rather uncomfortable by the looks they gave us.View all reviews by dotdot
There was toilet paper and rubbish strewn around. We did have a lovely ( really wet) walk though.
I'm going to give it lower ratings than it actually should have just because of the nuisance, it is a beautiful place to be.