The Scottish Highlands

The Scottish Highlands Attractions

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As every Scot knows, Bannockburn was where King Robert the Bruce led Scottish forces to victory over a much larger English force led by Edward II in 1314. ...  Read more

Bealach na Ba Pass

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Hairpin bends aren’t just for the Alps. At Bealach Na Ba Pass in the remote Scottish Highlands, you can drive along the greatest road ascent in Britain. Full ...  Read more

Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve

Established in 1951, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve in the Scottish Highlands is Great Britain's oldest national nature reserve. It covers an area of ...  Read more

Ben Nevis

At 4,409 feet (1,344 meters), Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles, a status which makes it a popular destination for climbers. The most ...  Read more

Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle is a 16th-century castle near Inverness, Scotland. It was the seat of the Brodie Clan from 1567 until 1980 when the National Trust took over ...  Read more

Butt of Lewis Lighthouse

Standing proud against the fearsome storms that ravage the north coast of Lewis is the Butt of Lewis Lighthouse. Designed by Scottish lighthouse engineer ...  Read more

Caledonian Canal

The Caledonian Canal is a waterway that runs for 60 miles through Scotland's Great Glen connecting Fort William in the southwest to Inverness in the ...  Read more

Callanish Standing Stones

Overlooking Loch Roag and the hills of Great Bernera on the Isle of Lewis, Callanish Standing Stones date back to the late Neolithic period over 4,500 years ...  Read more

Carloway Broch

No bricks, no mortar, no buttress -- just stone placed on top of stone on an exposed Lewis hilltop nearly 2,000 years ago, Carloway Broch roundhouse has stood ...  Read more

Castle Fraser

The 15th-century Castle Fraser in northern Scotland was once the seat of the Fraser clan. The castle's origins date back to the 1400s, and major upgrades and ...  Read more

Cawdor Castle

Immortalized at the fictional home of the Thane of Cawdor in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Cawdor Castle is one of Scotland’s most famous castles. Despite its ...  Read more

Chanonry Point

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Ever wanted to see bottlenose dolphins feed and play in the wild? Chanonry Point is just the spot. A narrow peninsula in Scotland’s Moray Firth, dolphins can ...  Read more

Clava Cairns (Stones of Clava)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 10 Reviews

One of Iverness’ oldest and most unusual historic sites, the Clava Cairns, or the Stones of Clava are a series of stone chambers thought to date back to the ...  Read more

Corrieshalloch Gorge

Considering Corrieshalloch Gorge is such a beautiful spot, full of Caledonian pines and rare Atlantic lichen, it might come as a surprise that its name is ...  Read more

Craigievar Castle

Craigievar Castle, located in northern Scotland, is considered one of the best preserved and most authentic tower houses in the country. It was completed in ...  Read more

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