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nice places to visit Scotland Highland?

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
i like scenic lanscape e.g.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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thanks, some nice pics there, i usually look into visitscotland.co.uk but i need some local knowledge

have some rep :thumbsup:
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nuabdi
thanks, some nice pics there, i usually look into visitscotland.co.uk but i need some local knowledge

have some rep :thumbsup:



Been to Glencoe it's even more beautiful than the pictures:)
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I go away with my mate on his motorbike, we go up by Loch Lomond, up to Glencoe, onto Fort William, then up to the Kyle of Lochalsh, over the Skye Bridge, then get the Ferry over to stay the night in Mallaig.
Morar is about 7 miles from Mallaig, it has beautiful white sandy beaches and the sea water is lovely and clear and looks like it could be somewhere tropical! :thumbsup:
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jeany123
Been to Glencoe it's even more beautiful than the pictures:)


OK thanks again for the tips :)


hunchback
I go away with my mate on his motorbike, we go up by Loch Lomond, up to Glencoe, onto Fort William, then up to the Kyle of Lochalsh, over the Skye Bridge, then get the Ferry over to stay the night in Mallaig.
Morar is about 7 miles from Mallaig, it has beautiful white sandy beaches and the sea water is lovely and clear and looks like it could be somewhere tropical! :thumbsup:


thanks for this specific info. rep is on the way :thumbsup:

unfortunately ive got no personal vehicle. Are these placed linked by good public transport?
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nuabdi
OK thanks again for the tips :)




thanks for this specific info. rep is on the way :thumbsup:

unfortunately ive got no personal vehicle. Are these placed linked by good public transport?


Well you can get the famous West Highland line which is said to be the most scenic train journey in Scotland from Glasgow Queen Street to Mallaig via Fort william.
There is a steam train you can also get from Fort William to Mallaig during the summer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Highland_Line
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hunchback
Well you can get the famous West Highland line which is said to be the most scenic train journey in Scotland from Glasgow Queen Street to Mallaig via Fort william.
There is a steam train you can also get from Fort William to Mallaig during the summer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Highland_Line


ive just read this from another source (http://www.scotlandrailways.com/the-highland-lines.cfm)... how odd is this lol

thereis also a travel pass for north and west highland for £72 (scotrail.co.uk)... think its a bargain !
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nuabdi
ive just read this from another source (http://www.scotlandrailways.com/the-highland-lines.cfm)... how odd is this lol

thereis also a travel pass for north and west highland for £72 (scotrail.co.uk)... think its a bargain !


Time to get the camping stuff looked out! :thumbsup:

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