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Scotland, the north country side of UK, is one of my favorite locations and I have been there 8-9 times alreadyThe weather is always cold but it has its beauty in all seasons, however i asbolutely love it in Autumn with all trees covered in different colors of red, brown, yellow, green. Scotland is full of lakes which are called Lochs in local language while there are stunning lakes all the way on drive to A82 Highway which is also in AONB UK (area of outstanding natural beauty) Lochness is the most famous and is the largest.Scotland offers a rich heritage and culture which is visible in Edinburgh which looks like a Wizard city amazing architecture,  bagpipers, scottish Kilts and soldiers on the Royal mile. A breath taking view of Edinburgh can be taken from Arthur's seat which is an easy hike. I recommend taking a hop on/off bus tour around the city and getting down at the locations you are interested in or just sitting in bus and viewing. This is one place i can never get bored of. Scottish highlands again are a pleasure to visit in itself. The drive from Edinburgh to Fort Williams where Ben Nevis is situated is mind blowing, you can't keep your eyes off the surroundings. A road through Glencoe is a marvellous view  between scottish mountains.Since i strongly recommend a road trip there out of my many adventure road trips to Scotland. I like recommend these two routes.Drive from Edinburgh to Inverness Route 1 -click for map

Places Covered:

  • Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
  • Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, UK
  • Fort William, Highland, UK
  • Fort Augustus, Highland, UK
  • Inverness, Highland, UK

Drive from Edinburgh to Inverness covering Oban for Ferry to Isle of Mull and Staffa Tours - click for map

Places Covered:

  • Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
  • Loch Lomond
  • Stirling Castle, Castle Esplanade, Stirling FK8 1EJ, United Kingdom
  • Oban, Argyll and Bute, UK
  • Fort William, Highland, UK
  • Fort Augustus, Highland, UK
  • Inverness (same places as above in Route 1).

Drive from Edinburgh to Isle Of Skye - click for map

Places Covered:
The drive can be common for route 1 and route 2 till Fort williams depending on Individual choicesI have planned the route from second drive to Isle of SKYE, Those preferring ROUTE 1 can follow rest from Fort williams as this is common in all the drives.

  • Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
  • Loch Lomond
  • Stirling Castle, Castle Esplanade, Stirling FK8 1EJ, United Kingdom
  • Oban, Argyll and Bute, UK
  • Glencoe ( Absolute Driving Pleasure)
  • Fort william
  • 5 sisters of Kintail
  • Eilean Donan Castle, Dornie, Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8DX, United Kingdom
  • Kyle of Lochalsh, Highland, UK
  • Isle of Skye

Places of Interest

Edinburgh: Princess street - hop on off is from here. Royal mile, walk this area. Mosque Kitchen walking from Royal mile have lunch. A very easy trek to Arthur's seat, to visit Panoramic view of Edinburgh (small trek but beautiful scenery) .Oban: The following tours can be taken from here

Fort Williams: It is must to take Fort Williams from Glencoe which is absolute Driving heaven

  • Ben Nevis - Gondola ride can be taken from here
  • Spean Bridge
  • Steall Waterfall
  • Jacobite Steam Train
  • Neptune's Staircase

Fort Augustus:

  • Cruise Lochness
  • Caledonian Canal Visitor Centre

Pitlochry:

  • Killiecrankie,
  • The Loch Rannoch Highland Club

Inverness:

  • Inverness City castle
  • Loch Ness
  • Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum

Kyle of Lochals

  • 5 sisters of Kintail
  • Elian Donan Castle

Isle of Skye:

Along with many beaches of your preference while you drive along the coastline

  • Glen Brittle Beach
  • Kilt Rock
  • Rha Waterfall
  • Spar Cave

Note: Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond, Loch Duich, Aviemore, etc will be enroute.

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Kilts, not quilts. Bagpipers, not pied pipers. Glencoe is not a road, its a valley. Glen in Gaelic means valley. Fact check and spell check can greatly improve this article.
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