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“Loch Katrine”

published 07/07/2010

AdvantagesStunning scenery

DisadvantagesNone

...I?ve spent many holidays in Scotland and seen some beautiful places but one of the most sticking has got to be Loch Katrine. It is situated of the A 821 just outside of Calendar a small Scottish town in the Trossachs. This vast beautiful Loch owes its fame mainly to Sir Walter Scott who wrote his famous poem "Lady Of The Lake" on Ellens Isle, one of the six small islands situated within its...

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“The Loch of the Swine.”

published 19/03/2001

AdvantagesGreat scenery, and low level walking suitable for all.

DisadvantagesHigher level walking for experienced hillwalkers only.

...but backpackers can break it by camping in the Forestry Commission campsite at Glen Doll. This adds another mile each way, plus another three miles each way to the nearest pub! (The Ogilvie Arms in Clova.) Gaelic Place Names. Glas-allt-Sheil = the shieling of the grey burn. Loch Muick = the loch of the swine....

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Excellent

AdvantagesFantastic Scenery, Lots Of Wildlife

DisadvantagesThe Midges, Difficult To Get To

...to the East of Fort William. GLEN AFFRIC Access to Glen Affric is via a single track Road that leaves the A831 at Fasnakyle Power Station near Cannich. This Road initially follows the River Affric and then eventually runs alongside the shores of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin. It is a dead end Road that continues for 5 miles so your return journey will be back along this same route. Glen...

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