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its a terrible climb plagued by midges all the way up and no view what were the scots thinking of when they construed this one?
t the top due to the dull Scottish weather that predominates. Its a crippler on the knees and will take...More
On arrival we sat in the garden and were served home made scones with cream and jam and a pot of tea.
There are three bedrooms two upstairs and one on the ground floor. We had the ground floor room,which was tastefully decorated and very...More
Just out of the back door of the Hydro Hotel, the full circuit with extras takes about 4 1/2 hours. A steep scrabble at the final approach which has great views. Detoured around the small lock on the way back adds a bit extra, and...More
After parking the car the Walk begins very easy. It is a good path between flowers. After 20 min. the path goes up and became more an path for good shoes. After the Loch (1 hr.) the path Goes steeper with traps of big Stones....More
Ben Vrackie is a must do if visiting the area. Nice walk to the summit. It's about 2 hours hike to reach the top from Pitlochry. Gets a bit difficult from the Loch up but the view from the top if the weather is nice...More
Ben Vrackie which means "Speckled Mountain" is a beautiful mountain range in Perthshire, Scotland.
Though we did not climb the mountain, seeing the mountain from the bottom was a nice experience.
A very picturesque area.
Starting in the morning with cloud covering the top of the peak, it was not certain that we would have any views at all from the top. After a tough ascent there was still some lingering misty cloud, but after waiting for half an hour...More
We walked from Pitlochry. The weather was fabulous - not recommended if it isn't! The path is clear and well marked with plenty of man-made steps but even so it does get steep and a bit of a scramble occasionally. But what a view from...More