Grampian Mountains
Grampian Mountains
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Jake23
New Jersey6,837 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Couples
The views are stunning as you drive through the mountains. Take some time and admire as its summer The is unique and beautiful. Roads can be narrow in some spots so be careful.
Written 26 July 2019
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AChee74
Kuching, Malaysia1,247 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
Going thru the highlands, you are bound to stop somewhere nice. It was indeed a very nice place to spot for the breather and photo opps. Stunning place!
Written 12 November 2015
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Richard-Julie_K
Newnan, GA718 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Couples
We mainly took this trip through Scotland as a side trip to the British Open at St. Andrews. St. Andrews was amazing, but the Grampian Mountains blew my mind. Since moving to Germany in December 2014 we've travelled to a dozen countries and everywhere we go we kind of say to ourselves "this looks kind of like Illinois/Ohio/Mississippi/Colorado" from our extensive travels across America. I've never been to Alaska, but the tundra of northern Alaska is all I can think of in comparison to this kind of beauty. Southeast of Glencoe the drive, the views, the isolation, all hard to describe. Don't forget a jacket. It wasn't warm and a day didn't go by that at least a little rain didn't fall. Even though it's July and even though these mountains are only 2-3000 feet tall, there was still a healthy amount of snow along the tops and on the north faces.
Written 9 August 2015
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Camper22736
Gaithersburg, Md1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A best kept secret. These mountains are breathtaking. When we were there in August they were covered with black faced sheep, and no sign of people for miles. Beware, it can be 30 degrees cooler when you reach the top.
Written 18 January 2004
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