Glencoe is a village in the west highlands of Scotland and is perhaps the most famous and impressively dramatic of all Scottish glens. Lying in steep-sided Glencoe valley, this area is the epitome of outstanding scenic vistas and exquisite hiking. It’s known for its waterfalls and trails that rise up peaks such as Buachaille Etive Mor and Bidean nam Bian. Local wildlife includes red deer and golden eagles. Most notably, it's also home to Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis (1345m): “the mountain with its head in the clouds”.