Bealach na Ba

A mountain pass in Wester Ross, Highland Council Area, the Bealach na Ba (meaning 'pass of the cattle') carries the highest road in Scotland from the spectacular corrie of Coire na Ba, overlooking Loch Kishorn, over Meall Gorm to Applecross. It rises to 626m (2053 feet) above sea level.

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