Great Glen


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valley, 60 mi (97 km) long, Highland, N central Scotland, extending from Moray Firth SW to Loch Linnhe. It was formed by a fault in the earth's surface. Loch Ness, Loch Oich, and Loch Lochy, glacial lakes located on the fault line, extend hundreds of feet below sea level. The Caledonian CanalCaledonian Canal,
waterway, c.60 mi (100 km) long, cutting across Highland, N Scotland, from Moray Firth to Loch Linnhe by way of the Great Glen. It was built in two phases (1803–22 and 1843–47; opened 1822) to save shallow-draft vessels the circuitous route around N
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 traverses Great Glen.

Great Glen

the. a fault valley across the whole of Scotland, extending southwest from the Moray Firth in the east to Loch Linnhe and containing Loch Ness and Loch Lochy
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We were staying in a self-catering log cabin at the Great Glen Water Park overlooking Loch Oich and Loch Lochy, which run into Loch Ness and on to the sea at Inverness.
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The Great Glen fault is more than 100 kilometers long and divides the Scottish Highlands into northern and southern halves.
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Last year, a team of staff from NRG completed the Maggie's Monster Hike and Bike Challenge, from Fort William through to Inverness, covering 73 miles along the Great Glen Way in 24 hours.
Now he has an ultramarathon planed for April, the Great Glen Death March, from Fort William to Inverness.
The 12-month ban is over and the 26-year-old Asif - once compared with Australian great Glen McGrath - is once again eligible to play international cricket.
It employs five people who oversee a range of new and used, niche brand products based on London Road, Great Glen, Leicester.
A masterpiece of engineering, the canal combines man-made and natural waterways, including famous Loch Ness, breathtaking Loch Lochy and Loch Linnhe, and stretches across the Great Glen from Inverness in the north-east to Fort William in the south-west.
PC Guy Swatland, 49, a beat officer for the Stoneygate and Knighton area of Leicester, was hit by silver Mercedes Sprinter on the A6 at Great Glen on 12 June.
John Gough, 74, of Great Glen in Leicestershire, said: "We are not naughty schoolchildren and we object to a three-page letter being handed out.