Bacan Darach - (The) crooked oak tree. MacLeod translates as the “oak bank”. 5430 7225
Bacan Darach landscape No. 2 – A view taken from the south end of Am Breac-achadh which sees Glas Bheinn in the distant centre. While the place name indicates the presence of oak trees on the western bank of the Corran River at some point in the past, as can be seen in this image there is now a cleared field. There are, however, rowan oak trees on the eastern bank, thich can be seen from the centre to the left of this image.