Tour Group at Rannoch Moor, Scotland

This morning, I collected tour group from Glasgow International Airport and proceeded as follows:

To the charming, heritage village of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond, a site which provided some useful photo opportunities.


Quaint Cottage at Luss, Loch Lomond, Scotland



Luss, Loch Lomond


Luss, Loch Lomond, Scotland


Next, we continued north through Crianlarich and Tyndrum to Rannoch Moor where we stopped at a view-point for photos.

Next, on to the famous scenic site of Glencoe where we encountered a piper in full flow at a popular viewpoint.

Next, we continued north, tracking Loch Linnhe to Fort William from where we drove down Glen Nevis, stopping for photos of Highland Cattle in the Glen. Our next stop was Lower Falls at end of Glen Nevis.


Highland Cow, Glen Nevis, Scotland


Lower Falls, Glen Nevis, Scotland


Group Photo at Lower Falls, Glen Nevis, Scotland

 Next, we returned to Fort William and then west to Glenfinnan where our timely arrival allowed us to view the ‘Harry Potter’ steam train as it trundled over the Glenfinnan Viaduct or ‘Harry Potter Bridge’.


Glenfinnan Monument, Scotland


Harry Potter Train, Glenfinnan, Scotland


Next, we returned to fort William and then drove north, up the Great Glen, passing Loch Lochy to our next destination of Loch Ness. Unfortunately, we arrived just too late to visit Castle Urquhart but will return tomorrow morning. This evening, we checked into our lodgings in Inverness, capital of the Highlands.



Inverness Castle, Scotland

Weather today was cool, about 10 C, with wind and some rain.