Landscapes

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NC500

East Neuk

River Tay

Fishing Village

Loch Lomond

Loch Tay

Loch Ness

“What is your favourite place in Scotland?” This is a question I get asked very frequently and after all those years of living in the most beautiful country of all (My opinion!) I still cannot answer it. Because it is beautiful wherever you turn. It is a task to find something ugly and usually requires digging deep into Scotland’s industial past and even there will be something amazing to be discovered.

Most visitors focus on the well known breath-taking landscapes such as Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, Cairngorms, The Land of the Big Trees , the isle of Skye etc. All of which are truly amazing but to be honest there is so much to discover that I feel I will not manage in my life time and I do this for a living.

Queen’s View Loch Tummel https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/forest-parks/tay-forest-park/queens-view-visitor-centre

So my advice to you is pick some attractions you fancy visiting and I guarantee you there will be some mesmerizing scenic back roads to discover. Alternatively, just opt for an area and allow me to suggest what you could do.

River Tay, Fife

To give you one example you might venture to visit picturesque Pitlochry and perhaps have a wee tasing at Dalwhinnie Distillery and finish by watching working sheep dogs (only at 4pm)

Kinloch Rannoch https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/perthshire/loch-rannoch.shtml

Please take a look at some of my itineraries by clicking the buttons

Highlands
River Tay
Norman’s Law, Fife https://fifewalking.com/fife-walks/normans-law/
Elie & Earlsferry https://www.welcometofife.com/destination/elie-and-earlsferry
Tentsmuir Beach https://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/tentsmuir-national-nature-reserve-p1404551
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