Perthshire is located at the geographical centre of Scotland. It is often referred to as the 'heart of Scotland' or 'Big Tree Country' as in Perthshire you are never far from an ancient tree. An amazingly fertile and diverse county of Scotland, Perthshire offers everything from charming Scottish towns such as 'the fair city of Perth' (from which the county takes its name), Crief, Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Aberfeldy to name a few. Heading north from the flood plains of the River Tay you quickly encounter the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
Perthshire's northern reaches are well and truly 'Scottish Highland' territory, with jagged mountain peaks, snow covered for much of the year, to fast flowing salmon rivers. Surrounding the highland town of Pitlochry typically romantic highland scenery awaits the visitor such, not to mention the amazing Blair Atholl Castle home to the Dukes of Atholl. The Duke has his unique private army of tartan clad pipers - well worth a seeing.
We believe Perthshire to be one of the most stunning parts of Scotland and recommend our clients visit this ancient and enchanting Scottish county.
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Climbing to the top of Mount Newtontoppen is an experience that few people on earth are ever given the opportunity to enjoy.
This is one of those experiences that will stay with you for the rest of your life. If the weather conditions are right you may even be able to enjoy lunch on the summit, looking north across what seems like all of Spitsbergen's true Arctic wilderness.
Sandgrouse Travel: Jonny Stage
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