A sobering reminder to all those that gave their lives for us all. Overlooking stunning scenery that itself is as hard as it is beautiful.
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There are many such monuments about which is great that these guys are remembered and appreciated. The significance of their pose is important, ie whether their heads and riffles are down or up.
Never fails to give a tingle to your spine visiting here, you get a feeling for what the commando's did for us, fantastic awe inspiring setting for a unique artwork, pity there is not a wee bit more information for the bus parties,visitors to look...More
We stopped here for a short break whilst visiting Fort William last week Very moving and emotional place to visit Overlooking Ben Nevis It is a monument to the fallen heroes of WW11 Lovely memorial garden as well if you wanted to leave flowers etc.The...More
Dedicated to the commandos who have fought for this country and is a wonderful monument originally opened by the Queen Mother. A small memorial garden is attached which is full of dedications to commandos over the ages. Very touching and moving site
A lovely monument dedicated to the memory of all Commandos who gave their lives. It is quite a moving location, stunning countryside.
I am biased on this monument as my father was a commando during the war, and this was my playground for a while when growing up. The monument is visited by many different nationalities, and during my visit the Free French laid a couple of...More