Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Visit To Scotland (Summer 2013): the Trossachs

After visiting the pretty village of Luss in the Trossachs National Park, we decided to make our way round as much of the rest of the park as we could manage.









From Luss we made our way up to Tarbet and Inveruglas, both as scenic, if not moreso than Luss and with lovely views of the Loch and with paths through wooded areas to explore.
















I was a little wary of Little Lady clambering over rocks, but shea nd her friend followed her dad like a pair of little goats, not getting scared at all.



Hubby had to take a big jump get onto this rock.  I really love this pic.





Our next stop was at the Falls of Falloch, which we could hear but not see.  After walking through woods, we came across this sight:







The falls were gorgeous and my husband and the girls clambered down the rocks to dip their toes into the water.  My 75-year old father-in-law decided he was going to take a dip, removed his tunic and jumped into the freezing cold water.  I couldn't believe it!  My mother-in-law just rolled her eyes ans giggled.






We made a few more small stops on our way round and drove back down the other side, enjoying the view.  By the time we got back to where we were staying, we were thoroughly exhausted.



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