Glas-leac Mor

One of the Summer Isles lying in the mouth of Loch Broom, Glas-leac Mor is one of the most westerly of the group, lying a mile (1.5 km) southwest of Isle Ristol. It rises to around 28m (91 feet) above sea-level, extends to 27 ha (67 acres) and includes a small lochan. The name derives from Gaelic meaning "big green slab".

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