Lynsey and I spent Easter Monday exploring Glencoe. Recognise it? It’s where some of James Bond Skyfall was filmed. After driving for 2h 15m from Glasgow, we stopped off at the Three Sisters, climbed Devil’s staircase which is the 2nd stage of the West Highland Way and took a drive along Glen Etive. Sadly, I lost my watch near Three Sisters Area/Glencoe visitors centre, so if anyone miraculously comes across a Black & Gold Larson & Jennings watch gimme a holla! Anyways, here’s a wee photo diary of our day exploring one of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes.


The Three Sisters – Bidean nam Bian and Aonach Eagach
One of the three sisters
A panoramic view of The Three Sisters
Devil’s staircase
A lovely wee cottage opposite the start of Devil’s staircase
Beautiful scenery from Devil’s staircase


Snowy staircase


Devil’s staircase
I’m layered up to the max wearing my thermals, adidas leggings, more thermals, a H&M long sleeve basic top, Jack Wills Hoodie and gilet, a Zara scarf, a regatta 3 in 1 jacket (around my waist and only cost £29!) and Karrimor walking boots (which were another wee absolute bargain, at £45!)

Glen Etive
River Etive
Glen Etive
Two wee pals
Scotland’s scenery…



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