We're going on a trip around Scotland's countryside, where we leave the noisy cities behind and drive by some really cute villages, where you feel like you stepped back in time, then it's just raw nature with lush forests and meadows, old fashioned stone bridges and walls, friendly sheep and horses giving you a farewell. After admiring all these beautiful scenery, we get to a place where we continue our journey on foot. We get on a footpath that is barely visible from all the lush vegetation and flowers and keep going until we gaze into the distance and see this amazing waterfalls far away, surrounded by greenery and majestic rock formations. We keep going until we start hearing the rumbling sound of the water and suddenly the entire gorge and waterfalls cascading down one after the other, enfold as a mesmerising picture in front of us. Once we arrive to the place, we roam around to discover the hidden parts, where we can take in the views and even go on an adventure, climbing down the rocks and take the best photos of the place, that we can even show our grandkids in the future, while telling them about a Fairytale when we went to visit Scotland.
Hi! My name is Ferenc and I am very outdoorsy, nature loving person, who loves to travel, hike, scuba dive, paraglide and pretty much like to discover new places that nature has to offer. I have been hiking and diving around Scotland since years, have been to many remote places and islands, that not a whole lot of people know about. Most of them barely have any signs posted about them, if at all, but I can take you to some really raw countryside, off the beaten track places, which are truly the real and magical "face" of Scotland. Let me be your guide and give you the experience of a lifetime.
Car Guidance along the way
We will go to the place called Loup of Fintry, which is one of the most spectacular waterfalls of the lowlands of Scotland. It is a place not very well known to public, it is not a tourist visited place, some locals might know it, but is definitely a hidden gem of Scotland. The route to this place takes you through some amazing countryside scenery that is really showing the true Scottish feeling of untouched nature in its raw beauty.
This trip is for Everyone! All ages are welcome! It is not a strenuous hike, so nobody should be worried of anything. it is up to Everyone of which places they want to choose to climb down to.
Discover Scotland Off the Beaten Track