Inveruglas Pyramid - Looking along Loch Lomond from the top of the 8m-high viewpoint, the Inveruglas Pyramid An Ceann Mòr. The structure occupies a secluded spot at Inveruglas on the west of the loch, with views of the Arrochar Alps and Ben Lomond.
From the car park with adjoining jetty, a system of pathways lead onto the peninsula and continue along its exposed edges formed by big rocks, or through the site sheltered by trees and bushes.
The site is located on a peninsula overlooking the U.K.’s largest stretch of inland water, Loch Lomond. An existing cafe marks the entrance situation for visitors arriving either by car from the A82 or by boat.
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|How to get here||See Map|
|GPS position||56°15'5" N 4°42'27" W|
|Google Maps||772V+F2 Inveruglas, Arrochar|
|Where to park||Carpark close-by (Pay & Display)|
|What to shoot||View down Loch Lomond|
|When to shoot||Day-time|
|Camera||Canon 1Ds III|
|Lens||Irix Ultra Wide-Angle Lens Firefly 15 mm f2,4|
|Shutter Speed||1/160 sec|