Campervan plunges 100ft after rolling over edge of viewpoint car park

There were no injuries but the vehicle and the landscape were damaged as a result.

Campervan falls 100ft after rolling over edge of Three Sisters viewpoint car park in Glencoe NTS Glencoe
The incident sparked a warning from the local branch of National Trust Scotland to drivers to check their handbrakes.

A campervan fell 100ft after rolling over the edge of a car park in the famous Highland glen.

Campers awoke to a spectacular but concerning view of Glencoe after a fault with a handbrake.

The vehicle was discovered laying on its side beneath the Three Sisters viewpoint parking area.

There were no injuries but the vehicle and the landscape were damaged.

The incident sparked a warning from the local branch of National Trust Scotland to drivers to check their handbrakes.

“Something you don’t encounter every day,” a social media post from NTS Glencoe read.

“Always double-check your handbrake (though this may have been a faulty one).

“The Three Sisters viewpoint parking area is 100ft up to the right of this campervan.

“No injuries thankfully when it rolled off the edge, but plenty of damage to vehicle and landscape.”