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Those of you who frequently, or occasionally, travel to the north of Scotland know that the A9 between Perth and Inverness, a total of 112 miles, is not the most pleasant road to drive, and not the safest either. The scenery might be breathtaking in most…
Those of you who frequently, or occasionally, travel to the north of Scotland know that the A9 between Perth and Inverness, a total of 112 miles, is not the most pleasant road to drive, and not the...
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Winter Clothing: A Guide for Hikers Who Want to Stay Warm Keen hikers will know that, in order to complete a successful and safe hike, a range of equipment and clothing is needed, whatever time of year the trip. When it comes to clothing, certain items –…
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When you think of Islay the first thought that comes to mind is probably whisky! Not strange considering this relatively small island is home to eight whisky distilleries, all famous the world over for their unique taste and character. A few of the…
When you think of Islay the first thought that comes to mind is probably whisky! Not strange considering this relatively small island is home to eight whisky distilleries, all famous the world over...
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The road to the Isles is considered as one of the best drives in Scotland. Travelling from Fort William to Mallaig you will see some of the best scenery in the whole world with stunning mountain views, white sandy beaches, stunning shimmering lochs,…
The road to the Isles is considered as one of the best drives in Scotland. Travelling from Fort William to Mallaig you will see some of the best scenery in the whole world with stunning mountain vi...
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The Red Deer, that lives on the open mountains and moorlands of Scotland, is Britain’s largest wild animal, standing 4ft high at the shoulder. Red deer meat, or Venison, is becoming increasingly popular, the demand for which is being partly met by farmed…
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When you look at a 3-D map of the Scottish Highlands , the first thing you notice is a long divide going south-west to north-east, from Fort William to Inverness. This is what is called the “Great Glen”(gaelic : An Gleann Mòr) , a large geological fault…
When you look at a 3-D map of the Scottish Highlands , the first thing you notice is a long divide going south-west to north-east, from Fort William to Inverness. This is what is called the "Great ...
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Our updated "Getting to Scotland Guide" offers a wealth of information about planes, trains, coaches, ferries and car travels to Scotland  http://www.scotlandinfo.eu/travelling-to-and-around-scotland/   #travelguide   #gettingtoscotland   #scotland  
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Fives miles east of Inverness, the windswept moorland of Culloden, saw the last great battle on British soil on April 16, 1746, a turning point in the history of the Scottish nation, when the Jacobite cause was finally defeated. The Jacobite rebellion The…
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Glencoe is famous throughout the world for many reasons.  There’s the huge depth of history, the stunning scenery and the world class mountaineering and walking.  Although lots of people know Glencoe as a full on mountaineering destination there are lots…
Glencoe is famous throughout the world for many reasons.  There’s the huge depth of history, the stunning scenery and the world class mountaineering and walking.  Although lots of people know Glenc...
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The term ‘military tattoo’ originally meant a military drum performance, but it has now come to mean army displays in general. It dates from around the 1600s, and was used during the Thirty Years’ War in the Low Countries. Drummers from the garrison were…
The term ‘military tattoo’ originally meant a military drum performance, but it has now come to mean army displays in general. It dates from around the 1600s, and was used during the Thirty Years’ ...
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The syncro during the whole show is breathtaking!! Very picturesque!!
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The town of Fort William has a wide range of activities to offer. Apart from the obvious walking and climbing, there are facilities for the less energetic. In the centre there is the tourist office, located in Cameron Square, next to the West Highland…
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Scotland’s Highest Mountain, Ben Nevis Sitting majestically above Fort William stands the ‘Ben’ otherwise named Ben Nevis, the mountains name originates from the Gaelic language Beinn Nibheis that translates terrible or poisonous giving the mountain a…
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Welcome to the Scotland Info Google+ page. Our motto is: A Pictures Says more than a Thousand Words and a Beautiful picture of Scotland says even more. That saying, we do also provide informative articles and practical tips of our stunningly beautiful country. Come on over to http://www.scotlandinfo.eu and see for yourself. We appreciate your visit.