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https://flic.kr/p/pHjdYm | Camping in the wilderness | This was our camping spot on the second evening of a five day trek through Knoydart in Scotland. It felt fabulous to find this sandy loch-side place to pitch the tents after the walk from Sourlies up and over the bealach near Ben Aden. We'd had a short deluge earlier in the evening and this was the calm that followed. And there weren't even any midges either!  Luinne Bheinn is the mountain in the distance.

https://flic.kr/p/pHjdYm | Camping in the wilderness | This was our camping spot on the second evening of a five day trek through Knoydart in Scotland. It felt fabulous to find this sandy loch-side place to pitch the tents after the walk from Sourlies up and over the bealach near Ben Aden. We'd had a short deluge earlier in the evening and this was the calm that followed. And there weren't even any midges either! Luinne Bheinn is the mountain in the distance.

Neist Point (1) by Karl Williams | Duirinish, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Amazing Snaps: Neist Point, Duirinish, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Magical, although the lighthouse is out of place with the beautiful surroundings.

Old Mill, Thurso River, Halkirk, Caithness, Scotland.

pagewoman: “ Old Mill, Thurso River, Halkirk, Caithness, Scotland by T J Morton ”

Finnich glen, 2 miles from Queen's view, Drymen side

The Whangie & The Devil's Pulpit

Carn nan Sac, Càrn a’ Gheòidh, Aberdeenshire | 48 Photos That Prove That Scotland In Winter Is Basically Narnia

48 Photos That Prove That Scotland In Winter Is Basically Narnia

Càrn a' Gheòidh sits 3199 feet above the wildfowl-filled Loch Vrotachan, which may explain why it's called 'Hill of the Goose' in Gaelic. Climbers walk along a ridge known as Carn nan Sac to reach the summit.

The gorgeous Alps.

Hohe Tauern National Park in the Austrian Alps (photo: Matthias Haltenhof on deviantart)

So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.

14 places to see in Scotland before you die

14 places to see in Scotland before you die So you've decided you want to go to Scotland? Here are 14 places in Scotland you have to visit before you die, and yes the Loch Ness is definitely one of them. Find out the other 13 places.

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Make Your Trip To The Scottish Borders Forever Memorable With These 5 Sights

SCOTLAND - This huge waterfall isn’t tumbling from a Central American plateau: it’s the Mealt Falls on the Isle of Skye. The imposing cliffs in the background are Kilt Rock, a rocky outcrop with vertical basalt columns said to resemble a pleated kilt.

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ponderation: “ Keys To The Kingdom by Philippe Sainte-Laudy ” Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Neist Point, Isle of Skye | 25 Places In Scotland That Are Straight Out Of A Fantasy Novel

Neist Point, Isle of Skye

Neist Point, Isle of Skye.This dramatic headland is the most westerly point on Skye. It’s home to several species of rare alpine plants, and was a filming location for the 2013 Keanu Reeves fantasy action film 47 Ronin.

The Devil's Pulpit - Finnich Glen, Scotland. This glen, which used to be called Ashdow, is a chasm up to 70 feet deep, and in places no more than 15 or 20 feet wide at any height.  It was carved through the Old Red Sandstone by the Carnock Burn.  The burn flows around a prominent stone called the Devil's Pulpit, whose name is now often applied to the glen as a whole.  Near that stone, a steep stairway, built long ago in a crevice, descends into the gorge.

The Devil's Pulpit (C) Lairich Rig :: Geograph Britain and Ireland (very detailed explanation and a geographic map)

" Killin, Scotland " ~ Beauty and Serenity all rolled into one....<3 ~

" Killin, Scotland " ~ Beauty and Serenity all rolled into one.wonderful step back in time.

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