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Whiskey & Wilderness - the Scottish Lowlands

Take any road - be it high or low, Scotland's moodily romantic good looks and long daylight hours make it irresistible in summer. Northwest of Edinburgh, pick up the A91 under the lofty wooded acropolis of Stirling Castle, weaving past meadows and farms before startling the pheasents by austere 14th-century Doune Castle. Follow the A84 into the Trossachs, where racing cloud shadows alter the views over the highlands and lochs. Feast on wild venison within easrshot of Killin's rambunctious white water at the Falls of Dochart Inn...

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