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Glens and Whisky Day Trip""Highland Lochs Glens and Whisky Small-Group Day Trip from Edinburgh""Your day trip from Edinburgh to the Scottish Highlands takes you across the famous Forth Road Bridge giving you a great view of the spectacular nearby Forth Rail Bridge one of the longest cantilever bridges in the world. After you cross the Highland boundary faultlinethe scenery changes from the rolling farmland of the Lowlands to the forested hills and mountains of the Scottish Highlands. This thick forest is the very same mentioned in Shakespeare's Macbeth as ""Birnam Wood."" One part of the wood is especially beaut
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Loch Ness and The Scottish Highlands Day Tour from Edinburgh
"You will depart from Edinburgh on a large luxury coach with toilet facilities on board and we will immediately head to the North of Scotland. The first stop on the tour will be at Kilmahog where you can see Highland Cows and enjoy a refreshment. Then the where we stop for photographs and to hear the haunting story of the massacre of 1692.Glencoe is perhaps Scotland’s most famous and most scenic glen. Glencoe is also arguably Scotland’s most historic glen and it was recently voted as Scotland’s most romantic glen.On arriving at Loch Ness you will have the option to join a boat cruise (not included) equipped with high tech sonar under water imaging system that provides you with the best chance to s a delightful Victorian town. We then head south through the Kingdom of Fife and journey over the Forth Road Bridge alongside the amazing Forth Bridge before arriving back in Edinburgh."""Take the ultimate Scotland tour and see for yourself if the Loch Ness Monster is lurking under the water. During your journey you will catch views of Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument
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Day Trip to Loch Ness and the Highlands in a Private Minibus from Glasgow
"Departing Glasgow we head towards Loch Lomond and north towards the Highland village of Tyndrum for our morning coffee stop. Crossing the Highland boundary line the lowlands give way to the lochs mountains and glens made famous by the folk hero Rob ""Roy"" MacGregor and the writings of Sir Walter Scott.Travelling north we head towards Rannoch Moor. At over 1000ft covered by heather and peat-bogs and dozens of lochs it is a truly unique landscape. This contrasts with the spectacular mountain scenery as you pass the Buachaille Etive Mor and down into Glencoe. Stunningly beautiful
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Walking Around Pt. 2

Another nice thing about Pitlochry is that also running parallel to the trainstation (but on the opposite side to Atholl Rd.), with a short walk you will find Loch Faskally and the River Tummel....
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Walking Around Pt. 1

Ok, so I was only in Pitlochry for a day, so I am making a couple of 'general' tips - as my memories are only 'in general'.What I do strongly remember is that Pitlochry is a beautiful town set amongst...
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Gem of Perthshire

I think the thing that stood out for me was the lovely countrside around the town. There was always somewhere new to explore. From the delightful scenic walk I took to Dunfallandy to the more...
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Strathview Terrace, Pitlochry PH16 5QR, Scotland
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75-79 Atholl Road, Pitlochry PH16 5BN, Scotland
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12, Higher Oakfield, Pitlochry PH16 5HT, Scotland
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29 Atholl Road, Pitlochry PH16 5BX, Scotland
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West Moulin Road, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5EA, United Kingdom
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Knockard Road, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5HJ, Scotland
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Things to Do Near Pitlochry

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Stones of Stenness

Orkney is rich in historic sites of various types. Standing stones like these are pretty common, but are spectacular. From memory they are Neolithic, and around 5,400 years old. Think about...
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Cape Wrath

Cape Wrath is the name of that very end of Scotland where the westcoast meets the northern coast. You will find a scenic lighttower there , lots of birds and scenic landscapes. You can eighter walk,...
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Sealife Adventures

I had really wanted to go on this tour, there's nothing more magical for me than to see wildlife while traveling and the website talked of whales and otters and seals, otters and seals being two of my...
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Highland Folk Museum

This is well worth a visit as it only costs you as much time as you need to wander around the many locations in a 1 mile long open air museum that is free although donations are needed to keep this...
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"It couldn't possibly get better than this!"
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ettiewyn

"A short stop in Pitlochry"
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"just passing through..."
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Drever

"Pitlochry"
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"The heart of the Highlands"
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