My travels in Europe:
Eleven days by car in Scotland, part 5:
Fort Augustus to Lochawe, part 5:
Map of driving day 9, Fort Augustus to Lochawe, 168 km:
In the morning when we shall leave Fort Augustus we meet two Swedish girls. They are preparing a walk along Loch Ness. Very big and heavy package.
"United We Conquer" The Commando Memorial dedicated to the memory of all Commandos who gave their lives in the 1939-1945 War.
Inverlochy Castle, one of the few castles to survive the Wars of Independence 1296-1357.
We drive around the Loch Leven.
Kinlocleven and it's river is a popular fishing place, the lake we passed is Loch Leven.
It was a nonconformist meeting here in a tent in Kinloch, a lot of people had come to listen to that.
Many and big hydro pipes, it must be a Hydro power station nearby.
A memorial for those 38 MacDonalds of Glencoe that were massacred in this area 1692.
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Clachaigh Inn, here we stay for a lunch and enjoyed the view over the mountains.
The police stopped us here, there was a movie recording out on the field, we don't know which movie.
Bridge of Orchy:
Here we made a shortcut and follow the River Orchy.
Eas Urchaidh Waterfall.
The water flows from Loch Tulla to Loch Awe.
We found a very rusty bridge crossing the river Orchy.
This was the last to see this day, we found a B&B in nearby Lochawe. Fine place with the pub "The Tight Line" in walking distance. A coffee, a beer and something stronger. In the morning our host gave us a tips to visit a nearby church.