• corrour loch ossian highlands
    Highlands,  Scotland

    11 Awesome Things To Do In Corrour & Loch Ossian

    If you’re taking a trip on the West Highland Line, I highly recommend a stop at Corrour and Loch Ossian. This incredibly unique and remote place is a real hidden gem. Located in the Scottish Highlands, Corrour is the highest railway station in Britain and the area is only accessible by train. Close by is the beautiful Loch Ossian surrounded by stunning mountains. Here are 11 ideas of things to do in Corrour and Loch Ossian. Fit these into your itinerary and you’ll have the best time in the remote Scottish wilderness! The Best Things To Do In Corrour & Loch Ossian 1. Hike The Trainspotting Mountain – Leum Uilleim…

  • Silver Sands Beach Isle of Arran
    Isle Of Arran,  Scotland

    Silver Sands: The Best Beach On The Isle Of Arran

    With it’s golden shore, grassy banks and secluded nature, Silver Sands is easily the best beach on the Isle of Arran. Silver Sands (Kildonan Beach) On The Isle Of Arran Where Is Silver Sands Beach Silver Sands Beach is situated on the south east on the island. It is also known as Kildonan Beach as Kildonan is the closest village to the beach. Things To Do Near Silver Sands Beach Close by to Silver Sands is Whiting Bay, the Giant’s Graves and Glenashdale Waterfalls, and Eas Mor Waterfall. How To Get To Silver Sands Beach Traveling To Kildonan Beach By Car Silver Sands is around a 30 minute drive from Brodick along the A841. Brodick is the main…

  • Machrie Beaches Isle of Arran
    Camping,  Isle Of Arran,  Scotland

    The Best Wild Camping Spots On The Isle Of Arran

    In this post I will share with you the best places for wild camping on the Isle of Arran. You’ll find lots of pictures of the places, detailed descriptions of what to expect at each site and why they make a great place to wild camp. You can also check out all of these wild camping spots and where they are in my Free Guide Map of the Isle of Arran. I have provided these wild camping recommendations under good intentions to allow travelers to the Isle of Arran who intend to wild camp an idea of different locations which may be suitable during their trip. As a wild camper,…

  • Art & Museums,  Falkirk,  Scotland

    The Kelpies: The Largest Equine Sculptures In The World

    A visit to The Kelpies makes a great day trip from Edinburgh. Located just 40 minutes away by car, or 1.5 hours by public transport, these unique sculptures are worth seeing as part of a trip to Falkirk or en-route to Stirling or the Highlands. What are The Kelpies? Standing 30 metres (100ft) tall and weighing 300 tonnes each, The Kelpies stand majestically above the lock and basin of the Forth & Clyde Canal. The steel sculptures pay homage to the working horses of Scotland which used to pull barges along Scotland’s canals and worked in the fields in the area where they now stand. The Kelpies sculptures are one of…