Following a weekend in Glasgow we ventured off to the West Coast and Islands in a Camper Van, we passed through Inveraray, Oban, Fort Willian, Loch Shiel and out to the coastal port of Mallaig. From here we caught the ferry to the Isle of Skye.
Skye provided us with a few days walking around Glenbrittle, up into the Cuillin Hills and along the coast. From Skye we took another ferry to the Isle of Harris. I wasn't prepared for the surreal landscape of Harris, its barren rock strewn landscape and rugged coastline making it one of the most beautiful places I've visited.
Once back on the mainland we stayed on the west coast, travelling through Wester Ross with a visit to Applecross, another stunning location. We rounded off our little trip with a night in Glen Coe. Western Scotland was simply amazing and we will return, hopefully when we have more time and can travel more slowly.
If you're visiting Applecross, pop into the Applecross Gallery for some simply amazing images by local photographer Jack Marris , see link below.
I've added a link to to Atlas Hire Drive.