Traveling to Glencoe and the beauty along the way…

Road Trip

Traveling with my friend Paula and her being such an Outlander fan required stops that had something to do with Outlander.  Scotland is beautiful everywhere so no matter the stop it was awesome.  We were heading to Glencoe.  For all you Outlander fans out there then you know that Glencoe is in the opening credits of every episode.

Loving the cloudy weather

Driving to Glencoe was a beautiful scene.  We were traveling in October, so the rain was almost always guaranteed every day.  I think it might be like that most of the time in Scotland.   We stopped often, along the way for photos and admiration for the landscape.  It did not disappoint.

The great thing about renting a car while on vacation is you can stop when you want to see the beauty that surrounds you!

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Our final destination for the next few nights was in Onich at Glendevin.  Judy and Archie were wonderful hosts and I recommend staying here if in this part of the world.

We checked in and headed out for dinner!  Dinner was a short walk to The Four Seasons Pub and Restaurant.

Delicious hot food and warm atmosphere!  Very conveniently close to Glendevin as well.  This was our dinner source for the next few days.  If you get a chance to go to Glencoe please do so.  I will post more on this beautiful glen of volcanic origins.

Chì mi thu a dh ‘aithghearr

Sheri

 

 

12 thoughts on “Traveling to Glencoe and the beauty along the way…

  1. It’s years since I visited Glencoe and your photos remind me of why I love it so much – need to go back, I think. It’s amazing whatever the weather.

    1. My few photos did not justice to the beauty. I’m glad you enjoyed the post and your fond memories of Glencoe..

  2. Great photos of a wonderful place. Glen Coe is stunning, we’ve visited a couple of times and although the weather is often slightly dodgy it’s an amazing location.

    1. Thank you!!! I was so beautiful and I would love to go back…and yes the weather exactly that
      . But beautiful

  3. I remember walking in Glencoe – we were doing the West Highland Way – it poured down. Not much fun as we had Jim’s teenage daughter in toe! But it was beautiful though. Your photos bought it all back!

    1. Teenage woes are not fun! I know this first hand, but I am so glad you did see Glencoe even in the rain!…. it is breathtaking… Thank you so much for reading my post and enjoyed the photos!

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