Head to the highlands to see the Three Sisters of Glencoe, the Five Sisters of Kintail, Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK, see the amazing rock formations on Skye or the quartz topped mountains in Torridon, there are so many mountains to climb or simply admire their beauty.
With over 30,000 lochs in Scotland you are spoilt for choice. One of our most famous lochs has to be Loch Ness, home to the elusive Loch Ness Monster, or Loch Lomond. My favourite lochs are Loch Awe – home to the ruin of Kilchurn Castle and Loch Afric which is surrounded by ancient Scots pines.
Rannoch Moor is a spectacular vast isolated wilderness of blanket peat bog dotted with lochans and rocky outcrops located near Glencoe whose mood changes with the weather.
The outer Hebrides and Sutherland also has swathes of peat moorland, Arnish Moor on the Isle of Lewis was said to be haunted until the body of a young man was recovered from the bog. Silver Birch, Scots Pine, Hazel, Hawthorn and Rowan trees are common throughout Scotland.
Perthshire is known as ‘Big Tree Country’, The Hermitage is home to a collection of magnificent Douglas Firs planted in the 1890s.