02 Mar Yon Bonny Banks

Windswept coasts, ancient castles and dramatic, Celtic forests – there’s a lot to love about Scotland! Although geographically small, Scotland is rich with natural wonders. Expect to find your inner adventurer as you explore these mystic lands, filled with craggy cliffs, crystalline lakes and emerald valleys. With so much raw beauty, it can be difficult to know where to begin! To help you decide, we have put together our list of the most beautiful places to visit in Scotland.   Loch Ness No trip to Scotland would be complete without a visit to Loch Ness. Located in the Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness is not only central to local mythology and culture, it is also a beautiful lake that extends over 37 kilometres into Inverness. You can take in the impressive sight with a lakeside hike or a visit to the ruins of Urquhart Castle on the banks of the lake.   Ben Nevis At over 1,300 metres tall, Ben Nevis is the highest mountain top in the United Kingdom. While a challenging ascent, hikers who reach the top are rewarded with stunning views across the Grampian Mountains and towards distant Glencoe and Atlantic coast.   Cairngorms National Park With over 280km of hiking and mountain biking trails, Cairngorms National Park provides ample opportunity for adventure. Enjoy a hike through vast Cairngorms mountain range, some quiet wildlife watching or experience one of Scotland’s best water-rafting rapids.   Glencoe Nestled between the pinnacles of the Three Sisters mountain range and the cone-like Pap of Glenco, it...

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