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Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 3, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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Glenfinnan Viaduct (Harry Potter Viaduct) from Above, Glenfinnan, Highlands, Scotland
Glenfinnan Viaduct (Harry Potter Viaduct) Panorama, Glenfinnan, Highlands, Scotland
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Light Dancing across Loch Eil (2), Corpach, Fort William, Highlands, Scotland
Light Dancing across Loch Eil (3), Corpach, Fort William, Highlands, Scotland
Beinn Fhada and Gearr Aonach, Two of The Three Sisters of Glencoe (Bidean Nam Bian), Glencoe, Highlands, Scotland
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View Towards Black Cuillin Mountains, Sligachan, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Main Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 2, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 4, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 3, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 3, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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Waterfall at the Fairy Pools 3, River Brittle, Glenbrittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland

The Fairy Pools is located in a wide open valley of Glenbrittle with the dramatic Cuillin mountains looming in the distance. The hike follows a section of the River Brittle, which has many waterfalls, many of which have a deep pool of water at the base of the waterfall. On a sunny day, these pools of water are a brilliant, crystal blue leading to them being called the “Fairy Pools”, but that was not the case when we went.
Some of the Fairy Pools are deep enough that you can swim in them, if you are brave enough!, but I was not. We did see one brave soul dive into the water and he garnered quite a crowd.
In the background to all the waterfalls, the 689m peak of Sgurr an Fheadain stands prominent with it's deep groove called 'Waterpipe Gully'. To the left are the high peaks of Bruach na Frithe, shrouded in mist in these images.

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