There should be levels taken at right angles to this line and to the great glen of Scotland or chief line of elevation.
But now steam has bridged the great glen, and connected the two seas.
The river-track took them up a great glen, the sides of which were about as sheer as a railway-cutting.
But water is too simple a thing to have dug out all this great glen.
The great glen itself is a necessary journey, even though no side trips be made.
Frankly, I am always tempted to be suspicious when any one tells me he has traveled the great glen and seen it all.
Northward runs the mysterious straight line of the great glen, with its chain of locks.
The narrow dell widens and widens into a great glen, in which you just discern the blue gleam of a loch.
The great glen of Scotland—hath it not been the inheritance of his ancestors for many thousand years?
Northward runs the mysterious straight line of the great glen, with its chain of lochs.