Glenbrittle, Invermoriston, Fort Augustus – Highlands, Scotland

Glenbrittle Scotland

On our second last day in Scotland we leave the Isle of Skye and make our way down to Inverness. First stop: Invermoriston and its gorgeous bridge, about 6 miles north of Fort Augustus. It’s a Thomas Telford monument built in 1813 to cross the spectacular Moriston Falls.

Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermoriston Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermoriston Scotland

Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermorison Bridge Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermoriston Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermoriston Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Invermoriston Scotland

In the car park we have an *almost meet* with 2 other campers but only one of them returns while we’re still there. He’s from the Isle of Skye [yay] and having spent the week in England he’s on his way back home. We compare notes on DIY camper conversions, T4s v T5s, curtain rails [what else ^_^] and long wheel bases [ours is, his isn't] before going our separate ways.

VW T5

At lunchtime we manage to find a gorgeous & secluded place in the middle of a massive forest and park up for some more rest, some quick food & a well deserved cuppa.

Glenbrittle Loch Ness Inverness Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Inverness Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Inverness Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Inverness Scotland

One more stop before we bed down near Inverness: Fort Augustus and its locks on the Caledonian canal. We spend the majority of our time in the one and only internet cafe there trying to get a decent enough WiFi connection to find our final campsite. Which wasn’t great. But more about that next time ^_^

Fort Augustus Highlands Scotland
Glenbrittle Loch Ness Inverness Scotland

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4 thoughts on “Glenbrittle, Invermoriston, Fort Augustus – Highlands, Scotland

    • Thanks so much Meg, am finally editing in Lightroom; it’ll be a laugh to look back on my current measly attempts at the end of the year (hopefully?! lol) ^_^

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