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If you drive south from the Three Sisters viewpoint, after 18 km of a one lane mountain road you will reach one of the most beautiful places from western Scotland. We met a stag with his deers grazing right on the road side and we...More
A 12-mile long dead-end road ... what’s to like about that? Lend me your ears, and I’ll tell you! Not a drive for the faint-hearted, as there are some blind bends and summits, and drops to the river, which you follow all the way to...More
That's pretty much it, folks. It really is like driving through a gorgeous painting. Driving does take a fair amount of patience, but you'll be happy you aren't able to speed through this valley. Make sure you don't block all of the passing stops (the...More
I had been a bit nervous about driving back into Glen Etive on the single track road, but it was very easy and I am so glad that I did. The scenery through Glen Etive is gorgeous and there were very few people there. At...More
If you have made a brilliant choice and have decided to visit the marvelous valley of Glen Coe along with the historic village of Glencoe, then you have a great opportunity to easily see some additional marvels which most unknowing visitors miss! Starting at the...More
Today, October 4 in 2018, we made the drive on this single lane road, in search of the location where the famous scene of Skyfall was filmed. The weather was quite horrible, but the scenery was stunning. And most of all, we found the location...More
it starts with the most photographed mt/hill in Scotland. Stunning hills, river, waterfalls. A gem. Just 12 miles each way (plan on 2 hrs total drive),due to one track road, which has plenty of passing turnoffs. Well worth it.
The drive along River Etive is the most exciting part. You can make a number of stop at the passing place, and take beautiful photos. There is one location with small waterfall and rockpool. The road end at the carpark the you can have a...More