This evening, I am posting information on today’s tour which commenced Luss, Loch Lomond and finished at lodgings in Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire.

We commenced the day with a short walking tour Luss taking in the heritage village with elaborate, well-kept gardens, the historic church with Viking era grave-marker and views of Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond from the short pier.

Luss Church




LocLomond from Luss Pier


Next, we drove north, initially tracking the Loch and then on into increasingly mountainous area through Crianlarich, Tyndrum, Rannoch Moor to the rugged landscape of Glencoe. Here we stopped for photos of the scenery and a Piper. At this stage we experienced low cloud and mist.


Next, down to Clachaig Inn which has a notice banning Campbells which has echoes of the infamous massacre here which took place in 1692.


Next, on through the village of Glencoe past lochs Leven and Linnhe to Fort William where we stopped for lunch and shopping.


Next, north to Spean Bridge and then west for about 1 hour to Dalwhinnie Distillery where guests joined a tour of the distillery which took in the whisky making process of malting, mashing, fermentation, distillation and maturation. This tour lasted about 1 hour.



Next, we drove south, down the A9,to the popular town of Pitlochry where we checked into our lodgings for the night.


Tomorrow, we head east, to St. Andrews, Fife Coast and Edinburgh.



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