Pap of Glencoe
Glencoe is an interesting town for both its history and its tourist tradition. For the history, check out the official website, and in terms of tourism, I can share a few things with you here. Above the village stands the Pap of Glencoe, a hill with a rounded summit of about 750m. Why Pap? Well, this word in Gaelic refers to the female breast, and the hill gets its name because it looks like a nipple...ah, Scottish poetry! It takes two hours to walk to the top from the village, and you can enjoy beautiful views of Loch Leven and Glen Coe. On a foggy or wet day, you might see the famous Scottish grouse, which wanders the side of the Pap.