This amazing triangular shaped mountain is Buachaille Etive Mòr, one of Scotlands most famous landmarks. This mountain is one of Munro peaks, standing at over 1000m tall. The mountain is actually at the end of a long ridge, although when viewed from this viewpoint, close to the A82, it looks to be standing alone. The river in the foreground is the River Coupall, at this point is tumbling over huge boulders and cascading in a series of falls. The water levels in these photographs was actually fairly low. When in spate, the water covers these rocks entirely.