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The Trossachs

Listed under Lovely Rural Hills in Scotland, United Kingdom.

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The guide books say the Trossachs are like Scotland in miniature, a scenic area of lakes, round green hills, rocky peaked mountains, braes and woodland glens. Tourists have been visiting this region for its natural beauty since Walter Scott used his epic poem “Lady of the Lake” to roll call the areas nicest towns, glens and lochs. It was also a favourite view of Queen Victoria’s. Walk, cycle or for the less athletic take a scenic drive.

Visitor's Guide to the Trossachs.

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