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One of the great views in Scotland is from the viewpoint on the road to Tignabruaich this is a scene with the early morning mist burning off in the sun.
The Kyles of Bute (Scottish Gaelic: Na Caoil Bhòdach) is a narrow sea channel that separates the northern end of the Isle of Bute from the Cowal peninsula in Argyll and Bute, on the Scottish mainland.The narrowest strait is only some 300m across and is spanned by the Calmac ferry from Rhubodach to Colintraive. The Kyles are split into the East and West kyles. The East Kyle (An Caol an Ear) runs from Rothesay Bay North west up to the entrance to Loch Riddon. Here at the northern end of the East Kyle are the Burnt Islands and the island of Eilean Dubh. The West Kyle (An Caol an Iar/An Caol Ceathrach) runs from here southwest, past the village of Tighnabruaich out to the Sound of Bute. The Kyles are designated as a National Scenic Area.