The land bought comprises:-


•     a half share of the burial Isle – Eilean Munde – traditional burial place of the MacDonalds of Glencoe, also        Camerons, MacInnes’s, along with many other named clanspeople.


•     100 acres of crofter’s common grazings – situated around the Pap of Glencoe


•     18th Century ruined Corn Mill – formerly the Mill of Glencoe


•     The largest stretch of the River Coe


•     Broad leaved woodlands in the lower reaches of the glen


•     Netting rights on Loch Leven which are not exercised at the moment in order to try to preserve salmon

      stocks.