Rare breed sheep at Aberfoyle

This morning, we embarked on the final day of our ten-day Scotland tour. fittingly the weather turned fir the better and remained dry.

We departed our lodgings in Fort William and proceeded as follows:

First, south through the Glencoe Mountain Pass with a brief photo stop.

Glencoe Mountains, Scottish Highlands

Next, we continued south, across Rannoch Moor with a stop just north of Loch Tulla to view the scenery.

Loch Tulla, Scotland.

Stob Ghabhar (mountain)

Next, to the village of Killin to view the Falls of Dochart and for a refreshment stop.

Falls of Dochart at Killin

Next to Kilmahog where we stopped at a tourist site to view and photograph a small herd of Highland Cattle.

Highland Cattle Breed at Kilmahog.

Landscape view at Kilmahog

During most of the trip at this stage we travelling in opposite direction to a coast to coast cycle event which featured hundreds of participants.

Next to Aberfoyle where we visited the David Marshall Lodge viewpoint where zip wire activities were in process and then on down to the Scottish Wool Centre in centre of the village.

Zip Wire participant at Go Ape, Aberfoyle

Trossachs Landscape at Aberfoyle

Rare Breed Sheep at Aberfoyle

Final site visit was the 2nd century AD Roman Bathhouse site at Bearsden, north of Glasgow. This originally formed part of the Antonine Wall which followed a course stretching between modern-day Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Roman Bathhouse at Bearsden

Finally, guests were deposited at their hotel at Glasgow Airport in readiness for departure tomorrow morning.

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