Scotland: Highlands Jessica Saul

Map of Scotland showing the Highlands and Lowlands

Map of Scotland with the Highlands and Lowlands indicated.

This Video below is for those that want to know more about visiting and what castle they can visit!

Corryvreckan Whirlpool is located at the north end of Jura and many other islands.

Corryvreckan is the third largest whirlpool in the world and some will say that you can hear the whirlpool from 10 miles away.

Callanish Stones located on the Isle of Lewis.

The main stone complex contains around 50 stones in a cross-shaped setting. The impressive inner circle comprising 13 stones, the tallest of which is 4m high, and a small chambered cairn.

Finnich Glen (Also known as the "Devil's Pulpit") near Loch Lomond.

It’s about a 100 feet deep gorge. Some say it can be a dangerous hike down into the gorge.

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye

First individuals must take a 40 minute hike to explore all the fairy pools. But once there the pools make some great ‘Wild Swimming’ for those brave enough to enter the cold water.

Loch Ness in Inverness.

Loch ness is neslted next to Urquhart Castle. Most people have heard about Nessie. Maybe if you visit the castle you may spot Nessie?

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Created with images by J McSporran - "The Big Boochle, Highlands, Scotland" • foxypar4 - "Flower of Scotland" • fotshot - "cow bull horns" • Moyan_Brenn - "Scotland" • simple - "bagpipes highlander man" • FrankWinkler - "landscape scotland isle of skye" • k4dordy - "Culloden (3)" • Christopher Combe Photography - "Buachaille Etive Mor (Explored)" • nicksarebi - "Culloden Monument" • indianabones - "lochinver coast scotland" • Friar's Balsam - "20090630_Culloden_028"

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