Workers cut trees in the Great Glen
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Major operation begins to help Great Glen's A82 stay clear

Forestry workers have begun felling thousands of trees in the Great Glen.

The work is part of a project to stabilise steep slopes which are threatening to close the main road in the area, the A82.

Rock falls and landslides have blocked the route between Glasgow and Inverness a number of times and experts say remedial work could take years to complete.

BBC Scotland's Craig Anderson reports.