Rob Roy Way Hike (Planning & Research) 2022 Maybe???

Why go hiking on the Rob Roy Way? Follow in the footsteps of the notorious outlaw and Scottish folk hero, Rob Roy, known as the Robin Hood of the Highlands. Watch the movie with Liam Neeson first to get you in the mood! Walk along ancient cattle drover’s paths that take you through the enchanting…

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Geary – Waternish – The Farm House

Geary is a small crofting township, of some 40 houses, located on the remote northeast coast of the Waternishpeninsula, overlooking the sea loch Loch Snizort, on the island of Skye, Scotland. It is in the Scottish council area of Highland. It is adjacent to Gillen and Knockbreck with Halistra some 1 mile further west along…

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Kilchurn Castle

Kilchurn Castle is a ruined structure on a rocky peninsula at the northeastern end of Loch Awe, in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It was first constructed in the mid-15th century as the base of the Campbells of Glenorchy, who extended both the castle and their territory in the area over the next 150 years. After…

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The Jacobite (steam train)

Taken August 20, 2019 on the 10:15 train from Ft. William. The Jacobite is a steam locomotive-hauled tourist train service that operates over part of the West Highland Line in Scotland. It has been operating under various names and with different operators every summer since 1984. It has played an important role in sustaining a…

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Castle Stalker

Castle Stalker (Scottish Gaelic: Caisteal an Stalcaire) is a four-storey tower house or keep picturesquely set on a tidal islet on Loch Laich, an inlet off Loch Linnhe. It is about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north-east of Port Appin, Argyll, Scotland, and is visible from the A828 road about midway between Oban and Glen Coe. The…

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Fort William, Highland

Fort William (Scottish Gaelic: An Gearasdan [ən ˈkʲɛɾəs̪t̪ən]; “The Garrison”) is a town in Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands, located on the eastern shore of Loch Linnhe. As of the 2011 Census, Fort William had a population of 10,459, making it the second largest settlement in the Highland council area, and the second largest settlement…

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Kings House Hotel

The Kings House Hotel is an inn located at the eastern end of Glen Coe at the junction with Glen Etive in the Scottish Highlands. The inn, which is sited in an isolated position, about 2 km to the east of the head of the glen towards Rannoch Moor, and faces towards Buachaille Etive Mor, is…

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Glen Coe

Glen Coe (Scottish Gaelic: Gleann Comhann,pronounced [klan̪ˠˈkʰo.ən̪ˠ]) is a glen of volcanic origins, in the Highlands of Scotland. It lies in the north of the county of Argyll, close to the border with the historic province of Lochaber, within the modern council area of Highland. The scenic beauty of the glen has led to its inclusion in…

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