Wild mountain landscape with peatlands, moorlands and woodlands, home to black grouse, golden eagles and water voles.
Glorious Shetland islands known for seabird colonies, ‘dratsies’, seals and ponies.
Majestic mountain paradise for hikers, climbers, geologists and nature lovers.
Walk through towering Douglas firs to the folly of Ossian’s Hall, and gaze over the falls.
Volcanic rock columns are home to black guillemots, fulmars, puffins and the magical Fingal’s Cave.
Fragments of the past haunt these islands, now home to the UK’s largest colony of Atlantic puffins.
Breathtaking coastal headland with dramatic cliffs, famed for its seabird colonies.
See nature in all its glory along the trails of one of Scotland’s prettiest stretches of coastline.
Palladian house that played a prominent role in the Scottish Enlightenment.
Eagles soar and dolphins splash around these Hebridean islands, also home to a rare Pictish stone.
Britain’s largest nature reserve and a wildlife wonderland in the heart of the Cairngorms.
Charming riverside walk in the heart of Big Tree Country.
One of Scotland’s favourite waterfalls takes a spectacular 60m plunge into the valley below.
Admire stunning views and rugged mountain landscapes from the Isle of Arran’s highest point.
A breathtaking Highland waterfall cuts through Scotland’s wildest countryside.
The most remote inhabited island in the UK, famed for its seabirds and fabulous knitwear.
Picturesque town, full of restored houses, on the banks of the River Tay.
Deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and woodland walks in the Ochil Hills.
Panoramic views stretch out in all directions from the pine-clad summit of this Perthshire hill
Walk across the suspension bridge as the River Droma rushes through a mile-long box canyon below.
Thousands of years of human history share a Hebridean island with 20,000 breeding seabirds.
Golden eagles, red deer and otters inhabit this spectacular peninsula on the Isle of Mull.
Scotland’s most southerly Munro offers spectacular views of Loch Lomond.
Several of Scotland’s highest Munros, teeming with wildlife and much-loved by walkers.
With Skye on the horizon, this traditional Highland crofting estate offers a huge range of outdoor activities.
Rare species thrive in this heritage garden as the effects of the Gulf Stream meet the Highlands.
An imposing 800-year-old fortress, with Raeburn portraits on the walls and wildfowl in its loch
Magnificent turreted castle with over 400 varieties of daffodil.
Exceptional and remote mountain scenery with lochs, glens and the magnificent ridge of the Five Sisters.
Magnificent wooded river gorge where one of the goriest battles in Jacobite history took place.
Dramatic mountains, rare beauty and haunting history in the heart of the Highlands.
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