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      Sallochy is a perfect balance between wild camping and using a commercial site. In a fantastic location, with just composting toilet and cold running water it offers essential facilities but no more....
      01 Oct 2019read review
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      Had a wonderful couple of days at Sallochy. Booked a loch side pitch, arrived around 2pm and got set up no bother....
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      I had booked a loch side pitch, and loved it. Some of the loch side pitches are a bit removed from the main campsite and the toilets, but waking up to the view of Loch Lomond is priceless....
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      The campsite is great. lochside location. good beach. pitches can be a bit boggy, facilities adequate....
      26 Sep 2019read review
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      Yes, it's a low equipped campsite with compost toilets ans no showers - but the view definitely makes up for it!! I online booked a lochside pitch in advance and had a great stay....
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Walking in Scotland

Scotland offers some of the best walking locations in Europe and is the perfect holiday destination for a walking, trekking or other type of adventure break. From a gentle country stroll, coastal or hill walk to a long distance trek or mountain climb, whatever you fancy you are bound to enjoy Scotland's breathtaking landscape whilst tackling Scotland diverse range of walking experiences.

Challenging routes, breath-taking scenery, glimpses of wildlife and excellent facilities, it all can be found in Scotland. Walking in Scotland is also ideal for the whole family - is a great way to exercise, encourage a healthy activity and at the same time explore Scotland. Walks needn't be long either, enjoy a view from a short walk whilst getting some fresh air and working up an appetite before returning to your hotel or guest house.

Scotland is the home of the Highlands, the famous mountainous regions of Scotland, where there are some of highest mountain in the UK, including the highest Ben Nevis and the second highest mountain Ben Macdui.

A particularly good walking area in Scotland is the West Highland Way which links the lowlands of Scotland to the Highlands, passing near Ben Nevis and finishing at Fort William. This area has become increasingly popular with walkers due to the ease of access near to Glasgow and the stunning scenery of glens, cross ridges and hills, with as many as 70,000 people walking the route every year.

Fort William and Lochaber is the area where Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui can be found and are considered to be the Outdoor Capital of the UK. Fort William is the largest town in the west Highlands of Scotland, whilst Lochaber is renowned for magnificent scenery, and nearby is Loch Morar - the deepest loch and beautiful glens and forests.

To the South is the famous Glen Coe, perhaps the most dramatic of Scotland's glens and for keen walkers represents the true Mecca. The spectacular Buachaille Etive Mor, a mountain with a near-perfect pyramidal shape, is an attractive guardian at the entrance to the glen.

There is fascinating geology to be admired - such as formations of Lewisian gneiss in the North West, amongst the oldest found anywhere on Earth at up to 3,000 million years old. When out and about walking you will see plenty of wildlife, populations of seals and seabirds such as Gannets as well as the Golden Eagle, and beautiful plants and tree such as the UK's tallest tree - the Stronardron Douglas Fir which can be found in Argyll.

Walking makes for a great free activity in the summer when you can see for miles and miles from the mountains and enjoy a picnic amongst some of the most beautiful surroundings, which tastes even better if you've earned it! Winter however is also a good time for walking in Scotland as it is quieter and cooler so walking further is easier. Inexperienced walkers should take care in the winter and always go in a group.

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8 Hotels, 2 Guest Houses, 2 Campsites, 1 Serviced Apartment and 1 Bed and Breakfast.
Station Hotel And Restaurant
26 Market Square, Melrose, Borders, GB
Station Hotel is conveniently located in Melrose town centre near Melrose Abbey. This hotel is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. Melrose Train Station and railway line closed many years ago. Melrose is a great base for walkers, cyclists, historians, rugby enthusiast's, golfers and shoppers, making it well worth a visit at any time of the year.
Lodge Forest Visitor Centre Youth Campsite
Cowal & Trossachs Forest District, Aberfoyle, Stirling, GB
Youth Campsite's are informal designated sites run by the Forestry Commission, which are tent only campsites. These sites are a great way for providing youth groups with an outdoor experience with the feeling of wild camping. There are no facilities on our campsites so the group will need to be prepared to experience everything the great outdoors has to offer. If in doubt, follow SOAC (www.Outdooraccess-scotland.
Queensferry Hotel
St Margaret's Head, North Queensferry, Fife, GB
Queensferry Hotel is a 3 star hotel in Scotland. Located in the historic town of Fife overlooking the iconic Forth Bridges, Queensferry Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment including bedrooms, the bar, restaurant area and reception in a classic contemporary style.
Sallochy Campsite
Sallochy Bay, Rowardennan, Glasgow, GB
Sallochy Campsite is a semi-formal campsite on the banks of Loch Lomond near Rowardennan, Glasgow. The West Highland Way passes through the campsite which is operated by Forestry and Land Scotland. The campsite has basic facilities to give you a 'wilder' camping experience. Composting toilets and drinking water is available but there are no showers on-site.
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