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Rannoch is a beautiful wilderness region in the very heart of Scotland. Touching on the world famous Glen Coe at its western side, the beautiful towns and villages of rural Perthshire – such as Pitlochry and Blair Atholl – on its eastern side, it is a mecca for walkers, hillwalkers, anglers, wildlife enthusiasts and anyone looking for wilderness and open spaces.
The Rannoch Moor is one of Europe’s largest boglands, with a rich diversity of flora and fauna, whilst the mighty Schiehallion stands tall and proud, regarded as the geographical heart of Scotland and the site of the first ever experiment designed to measure the mass of the Earth. Close to Aberfeldy is a cottage where Rudolf Hess was imprisoned, and heading out towards Pitlochry is the beautiful Loch Tummel, over which stretches the “Queen’s View”, so called because it was one of Queen Victoria’s favourite views.
Get away from the tourist crowds and see the true face of Scotland – Rannoch: rugged, wild, and beautiful.
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