The Trinkie is a white painted tidal sea water pool cut into the rocks.
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The Lloyds Buildings were a signalling station established by Lloyd’s of London, the Mairne and Commercial Insurers. Used to monitor passing ships, tracking their cargos, ports of departure and destination Read more [...]
The lighthouse was built in 1828 under engineer Robert Stevenson and is now listed as buildings of Architectural and Historic Interest. The White Tower is 20 metres high with 81 Read more [...]
Ballindalloch Castle is a preserved castle in the beautiful countryside of Speyside, north east Scotland. The castle is still owned and lived in by the Macpherson-Grant family who have resided Read more [...]
The Great Glen Way is a walking route of 79 miles, running from Fort William on the shore of Loch Linnhe north-eastwards, following the Great Glen Fault, to Inverness. Most Read more [...]
Urquhart Castle is a ruined castle that is situated on a headland overlooking Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. It remains an impressive sight despite being in ruins as it Read more [...]
The Torridon Hills surround Torridon village in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, many are over 3000 feet high, so are considered Munros.