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War Memorial, Parade, Fort William

War Memorial, Parade, Fort William

This evening, I am in Fort William, a large town in the Scottish Highlands which is best known for its outdoor activities such as:

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Mountain Biking at Aonach Mor, Scotland

This evening, I am focusing on a Scottish mountain named Aonach Mor which is located about ten miles N.E. of Fort William in the Scottish Highlands. This peak is part of the Grampian Mountains and the name translates into English as ‘big ridge’. Height is 1221 metres or 4006 feet and thus Aonach Mor ranks as a ‘Munro’ or one of the 282 mountains in Scotland exceeding 3000 feet.

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Piper at Loch Lomond, Scotland

This morning, I collected guests from central Edinburgh and embarked on a tour as follows:

  • First, drive west for 90 mins to our first stop at Luss, Loch Lomond. Here we saw quaint, historic houses, Loch Lomond (lake) and Ben Lomond (mountain) resplendent in morning sunshine, a talented young piper, a wedding party, Viking era ‘hogback’ burial at Luss Church, and duck with ducklings on local river.

Luss Beach, Loch Lomond.

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