/ Wild Camp near Glen Coe
Whenever I've been to the area I've stayed at campsites or hostels, so open to any suggestions! Glen Etive sounds ideal.
people do camp outside the kings house too but ive never done this and don't know what the situation is.
Its free to camp behind the Kingshouse - i.e. they allow it and you can go into the pub to escape the midges. Wild camping in Glen Etive is very nice but sadly it is suffering from overuse, or rather inappropriate use - big groups, fires, rubbish etc.
The garden of Jimmy Savile's cottage was looking pretty overgrown when I passed at the weekend.
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