- Glen Brittle (Gleann Breadail in Scots Gaelic) is a large glen the south of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland.
- It runs roughly south to north, along the River Brittle, which has its mouth at Loch Brittle . The glen is also overlooked from the east by the formidable Cuillins, the largest mountains on Skye.
- Many tributaries of the Brittle run down from these mountains into the glen, including a stream with waterfalls known as the Fairy Pools, a popular place to go for a walk.
A single road and power line run through the glen on the east side of the river.
If you search the image of the Fairy Pools on any search engine, don’t believe the photo shopped picture of the one with the purple trees.
This is not real.
This is real.