0476 Pictures of MacIntyre Lands

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Clan MacIntyre
Pictures of MacIntyre Lands
E-Mail: Colin McIntyre or Ross McIntyre


Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh
Taken by Colin and Ross McIntyre

Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh
Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh
Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh Duncan Ban MacIntyre's grave in Edinburgh

Stone of the Fatted Calf at the pass below Ben Cruachan
leading to Glenorchy and Loch Awe
Taken by Colin and Ross McIntyre (featured)

view towards Loch Awe from just below the Lairig Noe view towards Loch Awe from just below the Lairig Noe
View of the stone View of the stone with Colin McIntyre
View of the stone with Ross McIntyre View of the stone with Colin McIntyre
View of the stone with Ross McIntyre snow on Cruachan on Midsummers Day, just to prove they could have obtained a snowball to pay the rent !!!!

Click for location of the stone

Picture of MacIntyre Gathering 2001 - Click to enlarge
Picture of MacIntyre Gathering 2001
with many thanks to Robert J. and
Jimmee McIntire of Bella Vista, Arkansas, USA

Scenes of MacIntyre lands below were sent in by Colin McIntyre
(Click on pictures to bring up larger images)


The path along Loch Etive towards Glen Noe


The Cairn to the MacIntyre Chiefs on the shore of Loch Etive


Two views towards Cruachan, which is shrouded in cloud.  The Lairig Noe can be seen in right hand picture just below the bright patch in the sky


Looking back towards Loch Etive


Views of the waterfalls on the River Noe


Another view back towards Loch Etive


Looking towards the Lairig Noe with Cruachan on the right


Photo of yours truly at the summit of Cruachan.  As you can see there was a dusting of snow.  Glen Noe is visible behind the summit as well as Loch Etive.  Colin McIntyre


Two photos of Cruachan taken from the summit of Ben Lui, near Tyndrum, Saturday past November 2004.


And two other maps of the area

More pictures were taken in 2006...


Cruachan from slopes of Stob Diamh


Colin McIntyre with MacIntyre Banner at summit of Cruachan


Ian Simpson with banner at summit of Cruachan


This was about half way down the Glen from the Lairig Noe


Cruachan from Glen Noe


Ian Simpson with banner


Colin McIntyre with banner


This is just before the 2nd Munro on the Cruachan Ridge, Stob Diamh. 
Glen Noe and Loch Etive are in the background.


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