Loch Ness is located in the North of Scotland and is one of a series of interlinked lochs that run along the Great Glen. A few miles west of Inverness, the dark, mysterious expanse of Loch Ness is revealed. At over 750 feet deep and 23 miles long, it is one of the world's most famous attractions. Why? Because for many years it has been supposed that there is a large dinosaur-like "monster" resident in Loch Ness!! The Original Loch Ness Monster Exhibition Centre presents the facts and documented evidence from photographs including descriptions and film footage of sightings.


Loch Lomond was formed during the Ice Age by the action of glaciers. Later it was at the junction of three ancient kingdoms, Strathclyde, Dalriada and Pictland. The loch also crosses the highland fault line, noticeable in its changing character and more rugged terrain moving from south to north. The highest mountain in the area and the most southerly Munro, Ben Lomond, sits on the loch's eastern shore. There are 37 islands in the loch, some having seen habitation: they made perfect retreats for early Christians. One island, Inchmurrin, takes its name from the missionary St Mirrin who spent some time there


Explore the Lochs, Glens and Mountains of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park on foot. The Trossachs Trail explores the most picturesque area of the Trossachs, an enchanting area of lochs, mountains, rivers and forest rich in both scenic beauty and historical interest. The Trossachs inspired Sir Walter Scott to write ‘Lady of the Lake’ and ‘Rob Roy’, both of which popularised the Highlands of Scotland as a popular destination. The route continues through Glen Finglas and to Balquhidder, a beautiful glen famous as the site of Rob Roy’s Grave.


Glencoe is one of Scotland's most historic and scenic glens and continues to rank among the most stunning areas in Scotland. The ruggedness of the mountains, with spectacular spires, cliffs and gullies is awe inspiring. You will be amazed by the sheer scale and grandeur of Glencoe’s surrounding mountains and fascinated by its intriguing, turbulent past. To enjoy and appreciate fully the attractions of Glencoe, it is important to understand something of its natural history, and the circumstances which led up to and during the infamous massacre of 1692. Signal Rock and NTS Visitor Centre at the foot of the glen near Clachaig Inn will provide you with detailed information and history of the glen.


Glengoyne is one of the leading premium malt whiskies in the world. An award winning malt, it's the product of an unconventional process, remarkable ingredients and the pride and passion of its people. The distillery, situated near Loch Lomond and close to Glasgow, is open all year round for Tours, Master classes, Whisky Tasting, Meetings and Private Dining.