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Approaching entrance to Coire na Ba
Looking back down Coire na Ba from the upper Hairpin
Looking North West from the Summit Car Parks
Looking east towards the summit
The Hairpins on the ascent from Applecross
The middle Hairpin from the top one
The lowest Hairpin
The Applecross road
The Bealach na Ba in 1939 - little has changed!
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Mountain road in winter
Bealach na Ba in a dusting of snow. On the way back down a few hours later, more snow had settled - on the road, making for a very nervous descent!
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 16, 2007 by bealach na ba
Bealach na Ba (aged photo)
An older-looking version of last month's submission. One comment was that it was the kind of photo that should hang in a local hotel/pub; this is how I've made it look to frame and hang in the house. Taken February 2007.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 22, 2007 by bealach na ba
A Perennial Favourite
Yet another 'fun' road...
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 24, 2006 by SkinheadNev
Beginning the descent on the Bealach na Ba, Applecross
Bealach na Bà
Signs for the road to Applecross in 1980
Signs for the road to Applecross in 1975
The A896 at the bottom of the Bealach na Ba. Despite thick coverings of snow in the surrounding hills, there was only a light dusting to be found here.