The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... became a little hazardous in unexpected heavy snow! Once back in the warm, dry car, we were reluctant to head out into the unknown weather conditions again so we drove along Loch Tay to Kilin and back. The Dochart Falls in Killin made for a dramatic stop off. The drive was stunning. Isaac is constantly informing us that there are 'MORE ...
We woke up to snow! Scotland is very much living up to its 4 seasons in a day reputation! We headed to Pitlochry today but were all rather tired and windswept so we only bothered to leave the warmth of the car to see The Queen's View. Worth the ...
... from most competitors.
Tossing the Caber is the most spectacular of the Heavyweight Events. It involves an 18-foot long tree trunk weighting perhaps 150 lbs., about 18 feet long. The competitor lifts the caber by placing his interlocked hands under the narrower end, resting its length against his shoulder. He then tries to run as fast as ...
... stands in Glen Garry, and commands a strategic position on the main route (now the A9 road) through the central Scottish Highlands. The castle has been open to the public since 1936. Its many rooms feature important collections of weapons, hunting trophies, souvenirs of the Murray clan, ethnographica, paintings, furniture, and needlework collected by the Murray family over many generations. The castle also provides the garrison for the Atholl Highlanders, the private ...
... loch covered in yellow water lilies, many of them open. The rain was light and falling straight down so our trusty brollies were the order of the day and kept us dry without the need for hoods. It was warm and humid and we were soon too hot so layers were taken off. The walking was good and very straight forward and we found ourselves dipping in and out of the edge of the A9. Looking west across the valley we could see the River Tay, the main train ...