Thursday, 22 October 2015

Treasures of Britain; Loch Lomond

As a lot of you know I love, no, adore Scotland. I've been to many places but of course I have also missed a lot of them as well. One of the places I've never been and is still on my list is Loch Lomond. Not in the last place because of this wonderful song; Everyone has his favourite version of this song, this is mine;

Loch Lomond (23 miles/37 km long) is the largest fresh water area in Great Britain, overlooked by stunning hills and forest. The road that runs along the east shore, more wooded and less busy than the west shore, comes to an end at Rowardennan Lodge.

This is a popular destination for hikers following the West Highland Way toward Queen Elizabeth Forest Park or climbing Ben Lomond (3,195 feet/97m).

Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond

The Falls of Inversnaid on the banks of Loch Lomond.

 West Highland Way

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park-
Bracklinn Falls at Calander

Milarrochy-bay sunset

© KH

1 comment:

Gattina said...

Scotland has one of the most beautiful landscapes in whole Europe. I loved it !