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Dunottar Castle

Dunottar Castle Dunottar Castle is an impressive ruined castle on the north east coast near Stonehaven

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Inverary Castle

Inverary Castle Home of the Clan Campbell, Inverary Castle looks like something out of Disney. It is well worth a visit just to see the display of weaponry. It featured in an episode of Downton […]

Beating the Dreaded Scottish Midge

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Midges In Scotland

Welcome To Scotland. Midges in Scotland can be a real problem.  Visit any country in the world, and as soon as you head for the great outdoors, you can be sure to find wild animals, […]

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Glen Finglas Play Trail

The Glen Finglas Play Trail is a woodland walk through Little Druim Wood which is great fun for the kids. There are no really strenuous parts, so suitable for adults of all capabilities. It starts […]

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Climbing Ben Venue in The Trossachs

Climbing Ben Venue in The Trossachs Ben Venue is one of our favourite Trossachs mountains – see also Ben Aan and Ben Ledi. Although at 725m, it isn’t the highest, it probably has the most rewarding […]

Ben Ledi

Ben Ledi

Ben Ledi Ben Ledi, which means the mountain of god, lies just past Callander  in the Trossachs. If coming from Stirling, and the M9 motorway, take the junction 10 exit, signposted for Callander and Crianlarich, […]

Loch Katrine from the Summit of Ben Aan

Ben Aan

Ben Aan in the Trossachs is one of Scotland’s most popular hills.   At only 454 m high, it doesn’t take too long to climb, and the views at the top are truly stunning.  It should […]

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Bealach Na Ba

Bealach Na Ba, Applecross Not for the faint hearted, learner drivers, or drivers unsure of their abilities. The Bealach Na Ba road, on the Applecross peninsula in the North West of Scotland is notorious for […]

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