Isle of Skye has so much landscape and scenery to offer. Epic waterfalls, mountains, and more! We were able to spend a few days here while in Scotland and boy is it pretty! Some suggested places to visit: The Storr, Neist Point, Dunvegan Castle, Eilean Donan (on your way to Skye), and Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls Viewpoint. Drive around, explore and take in the scenery! The Isle of Skye (an t-Eilean Sgiathanach in Gaelic) takes its name from the old Norse sky-a, meaning ‘cloud i
The ‘Old Man’ is a large pinnacle of rock that stands high and can be seen for miles around.
As part of the Trotternish ridge the Storr was formed by a massive landslide, leaving behind one of the most photographed landscapes in the world. The Storr walk uses the same path up and down, starting & returning at the same point, the carpark. It covers a distance of 3.8km, with the average time to complete the walk being 1 hour 15 minutes (with no stops). We of course stopped man
Neist Point! Check out this place! The most westerly headland on Skye, an iconic destination, with stunning cliff scenery, and an outlook to the Outer Hebrides. At this spot you will see a walking path to guide you all around. It projects into The Minch and provides a walk and viewpoint. Neist Point (pronounced 'Neest') is renowned for its rock formations, which are closely akin to those at the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. It is said that the causeway extends under t
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What better way to end the summer than to take a Road Trip around Scotland. The photo above shows you our map and our route! We started in Edinburgh Scotland, then headed towards Pitlochry, next to Isle of Skye, down to Lock Lomond, over to Stirling and then back to Edinburgh. We had 9 days to complete our trip and hit up all the different parts of Scotland we wanted to see. Everything from big cities to the highlands and Scottish countryside, around and through the Isle of S