Tag Archives: Loch Lomond

Fascinating Gaelic-named islands of Loch Lomond

Ruairidh MacIlleathain guides us through the fascinating ‘Inches’ – the Gaelic-named islands of Loch Lomond. The English summary can be read underneath the Gaelic. Loch nan Innsean Tha am facal innis a’ nochdadh ann an grunn riochdan ann an ainmean-tìre … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Great Trails – The West Highland Way

Mention a long-distance path nowadays and you are likely to see it described as both a long-distance challenge and something that you can enjoy in bite-size chunks. Yet, perhaps the West Highland Way, of all our long-distance paths, is the … Continue reading

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A year of walking the John Muir Way

Vicki Mowat, SNH Media Relations & PR officer, has recently completed the John Muir Way. Here she reflects on a journey that included both scenic and cultural highlights. Over this past year, my husband and I decided to walk all … Continue reading

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