World Reviewer rating

Not yet rated

Glasgow to Glencoe and the Highlands

Listed under Road Trips in Scotland, United Kingdom.

  • Photo of Glasgow to Glencoe and the Highlands
  • Photo of Glasgow to Glencoe and the Highlands
Photo of Glasgow to Glencoe and the Highlands
Photo by flickr user Shadowgate
Pin It

Take the high road – in this case the A82 - north out of Glasgow towards Loch Lomond and some of the most stunning scenery in the British Isles, especially if seen in the dappled light of sun streaming between rain clouds. Stop off for a snack at Crianlarich, then keep north until the highlands of Glencoe, where the MacDonald massacre took place, then on to Fort William, famous for Jacobite history, and the glens of Inverness. Loch Ness is just past Fort Augustus, then it's onwards across Spean Bridge to the Cairngorms National Park, then though the herds of red deer to the town of Pitlochry, where it's a drink down the pub and a bed for the night – you've earned it.

Written by  Nell Anderson.

Comments, reviews and questions by other travellers

There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?

Post a comment, review or question

I want to
Question
My comment - optional
Rating - how would you rate this place or experience?
 

Who's been here

Similar Experiences

  • The Alaskan Highway

    For beauty, stillness and serenity, the Alaskan Highway claims priority. With little to distract your attention, this drive fro…

  • Garden Route: Slang River to Tsitsikamma

    With several forest and marine reserves, and offering snorkelling, scuba diving, boat trips to see dolphins, whales and sharks,…

  • Drive New Zealand's South Island

    From majestic glacial peaks of the Southern Alps to rainforest wildlife, turquoise sea and soothing waterfalls, New Zealand’s S…

Nearby Experiences

  • Red Squirrel Campsite

    Red Squirrel Campsite is not too rough and not too fancy, yet completely worthwhile. Scotland is famous for its unadulterated b…

  • Indoor Ice Climbing

    If you aren’t quite ready to take on Ben Nevis yet, or prefer your ice climbing sites to be conveniently located near a coffee …

  • Ben Nevis

    Ben Nevis: It’s the biggest in the United Kingdom so it draws crowds. Unfortunately some of the crowds don’t take it seriousl…

Related links

Contribute to this page