Glen Quaich, Scotland.

Today we embarked on a Scotland tour as follows:

First, departed Dunfermline in eastern Scotland then to Dunkeld in central Scotland. Here we stopped for refreshments, visited the ancient Cathedral and then walked back along the bank of the Rivet Tay.

Telford Bridge over River Tay at Dunkeld

Dunkeld Cathedral

Next, to Amulree then along single track roads through Glen Quaich to Kenmore where we availed of lunch at the Kenmore Hotel on Loch Tay.

River Tay at Kenmore

Loch Tay at Kenmore

Next, N.E. through Killin and Tyndrum, across Rannoch Moor to Glencoe and the National Trust Visitor Centre.

Glencoe Scenery

Next, through the village of Glencoe to Clachaig Inn where we saw the “No Campbells” sign at the Inn. This relates to an infamous massacre in 1692 when the local MacDonald community was wiped out by a British military force comprised of Campbells.

Glencoe scenery at Clachaig Inn.

No Campbells at Clachaig Inn

Next through Fort William to Glen Nevis and the waterfall known as Lower Falls. En-route we saw a small herd of Highland Cattle.

Lower Falls, Glen Nevis

Finally we returned to Fort William and checked into our lodgings for the night. Tomorrow we travel down the coast to Oban and then by ferry to Isle of Mull.