Taking you 152 km north from Glasgow, The West Highland Way is a wonderful way to experience Scotland, its nature and highlands. You’ll probably want to come back to it, as so many people do, hiking it once in spring and then a second time in autumn. It’s that beautiful with it’s changing scenery, taking you along the shores of Loch Lomond, pastures and then through moors and up into the highlands.
The Fairy Pools on the Isle of Syke., スコットランド、細流の島の妖精のプール。プールの水は岩の鉱物に起因する明るいターコイズです。
Climbing Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry
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Ben Y Vrackie Pitlochry Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Highland Perthshire Photography
Ben Vrackie (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn a' Bhreacaidh; sometimes anglicised as Ben Y Vrackie) is a mountain in Perthshire, Scotland. It lies north of the town of Pitlochry and reaches 841 m (2759 feet) high at its summit. The summit may be reached easily by a direct path from Pitlochry or Killiecrankie, and commands views of Pitlochry and the surrounding glens.
Ben Nevis descent
Your pictures of Scotland: 30 October - 6 November
The West Highland Way hiking trail, Scotland Highlands