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Glenn Roeder 6:08 Fri May 14
Scotland
I'm off to Scotland for a week and staying around the Ben Nevis area. Grateful for any recommendations on places to visit.

TIA

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Chigwell 11:22 Sun May 16
Re: Scotland
On a wet day, visit Edradour distillery (supposedly the smallest but also one of the most interesting).

joyo 1:53 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Bet you wont use LNER again as they offended a non-binary LGBT snowflake just like you the other day.

JAC 1:51 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
The area around Ben Nevis is a shithole,I'm talking about Fort William.
Imagine a northern run down shithole and treble it.

Climbed Ben Nevis a few times, if you do it get a guide and get him to take you up the non tourist side, it has a pretty tough ridge but it gets the blood pumping.

Glasgow on the whole is a toilet and the locals can't speak English.

Edinburgh much nicer and cleaner.

ps.allegedly u can get a brass shipped over from Inverness via taxi.

Swiss. 1:42 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Edinburgh is a wet, windy shithole. Massively overrated. I actually worked and stayed near St Andrew's square so very central.

The best thing was embarking on the 1st class LNER train journey from Waverly to London on a Friday. Amazing scenery from there to Newcastle.

Glasgow even worse and even more hilly.

GreenStreetPlayer 11:53 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
For climbing, I wouldn’t bother with Ben Nevis. For me it’s a lot of work for not much gain only to say you’ve done it, the highest place in the UK.

GreenStreetPlayer 11:51 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
If you like drives out and scenery, try to pick days when the weather will be decent.
The drive to Mallaig is very picturesque, and on the return to Fort William you can see the top of Ben Nevis a few miles away from it.
Approx round trip of 300 miles so start your day early on a trip to Skye, but it’s worth it.
And any time you go south of Fort William try returning on the Glencoe road if there hasn’t been an accident on it. The views around the 3 sisters are great.

Aberdeen Iron 11:23 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Watch out for TICKS.

jfk 2:03 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Been to Glasgow briefly twice and thought it was it was the equivalent to England’s Liverpool a militant dump.
Edinburgh on the other hand is packed with history,not unlike the more exclusive parts of London,packed into a much smaller space, lovely City if you don’t stray too far out.

Briano 1:32 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Methil on the Fife coast is on a par with Jaywick

I had a win in the bookies there but cashed out in Leith

Proclaimers ‘Methil no more’

Fife hammer will testify

joe royal 1:16 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Was at St Andrews golf course on a job a few years ago, town seemed full of tiddleys with American accents.

Darlo Debs 12:39 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
When i lived in kent our neighbour was from.South London but his mrs was from.Glasgow. Both liked a drink. One night we were sat watching tv and heard n
Banging like a ball being chased downstairs by a dog. Assuming it was their dog we didn't take much notice. Turned out it was her that got pissed and had fallen top.to.bottom down the stairs
She was absolutely.fine, didn't even remember it happening.

riosleftsock 12:27 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
I did quite a lot of work up in Scotchland when I was in my late teens and early 20s, I loved the place but it was very different then. Out of the two cities and people, I much preferred Glasgow to Edinburgh.

gph 12:24 Sat May 15
Re: Scotland
Never been for the festival, but Edinburgh is an excellent place to visit.

It's like a city plonked right on top of spectacular landscape, gorges and worn-down volcanoes included.

Darlo Debs 11:44 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
Only been as far as Gretna for a mates wedding. Would like to go Edingurgh for the comedy festival if it gets to go ahead at some point.

BRANDED 11:43 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
One word. Whisky.

I’d just walk for a week and then drink whisky.

paulon 11:40 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
Don’t go to Stranraer - absolute shithole

Steady 11:26 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
What’s with all the hiking stories and climbing mountains malarkey, I get out of breath walking up the stairs

jfk 11:18 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
Edinburgh has a bit about it.Brilliant city for a long weekend, ended up going there for my 50th.
A good friendly lot couldn’t have been more friendly,5 hours from London on the rattler great city.
Like to see much more of Scotland

lowermarshhammer 10:53 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
I've walked West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way. Both are superb. One of the few things that I'd really like to do before I cork it is the Cape Wrath Trail , Fort William to Cape Wrath. That is proper hardcore, 200 miles, would take me best part of 3 weeks, 4 or 5 day stretches between places that are inhabited. Pains me to say I'm probably getting a bit too old for that one now.

Pagey 10:48 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
The Scottish Highlands is stunning.

lowermarshhammer 10:46 Fri May 14
Re: Scotland
I did three peaks in about 24 months. Couldn't see shit from the top of each one. Many years ago. Fuck doing it in a day, that's mad.

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