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East Loch Tarbert, Argyll

East Loch Tarbert, Argyll is a small sea loch on the eastern side of the Kintyre peninsula in Scotland. It is a part of the much larger Loch Fyne. The village of Tarbert lies along the shores of the loch, which is separated from West Loch Tarbert ...

Loch Etive

Loch Etive is a 30 km sea loch in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It reaches the sea at Connel, 5 km north of Oban. It measures 31.6 km long and from 1.2 km to 1.6 km wide. Its depth varies greatly, up to a maximum of 150 m. The name etive is believed ...

Loch Moidart

Loch Moidart is a sea loch in the district of Moidart in Highland, Scotland. It is on the west coast of Scotland, and runs about 8 km eastward from the sea. It is connected to the sea by two narrow channels which are separated by the island of Ei ...

Loch an t-Sailein

Loch an t-Sailein is a sea loch at the southeast coast of Islay, Scotland. European seals frequently visit the shallow waters of this loch. A number of bird species are found along the shores of Loch an t-Sailein. The southeast coast of Islay has ...

Loch Tuath

Loch Tuath is a sea loch in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland that separates the isle of Mull and the island of Ulva. Loch Tuath forms part of the Loch na Keal National Scenic Area, one of the forty national scenic areas in Scotland, which are defined ...

West Loch Tarbert, Argyll

The head of the loch lies near the village of Tarbert and it reaches the open sea at Ardpatrick Point some 15 kilometres 9.3 mi distant. The island of Eilean number Creige on the southern shore, connected to the mainland by a Causeway. This is th ...

Craigowl Hill

Craigowl Hill is a summit towards the eastern end of the Sidlaw Hills in Angus, Scotland. Northeast of Kirkton of Auchterhouse and approximately eight kilometres north of Dundee, Craigowl Hill represents the highest point in the range. It also kn ...

Ailsa Craig

Ailsa Craig is an island of 99 hectares in the outer Firth of Clyde, 16 kilometres west of mainland Scotland, upon which blue hone granite has long been quarried to make curling stones. The now uninhabited island is formed from the volcanic plug ...

Dechmont Law

Disambiguation: the name Dechmont, and an associated "Dechmont Hill" are also places near Cambuslang in Scotland Dechmont law is a hill in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. It is located about 700 metres southwest of the village of Dechmont, wh ...

Dunsinane Hill

Dunsinane Hill is a hill of the Sidlaw Range near the village of Collace in Perthshire, Scotland. It is mentioned in Shakespeares play Macbeth, in which Macbeth is informed by a supernatural being, "Macbeth shall never vanquished be, until Great ...

Earls Seat

Earls Seat is the highest hill of the Campsie Fells in Central Scotland. It lies on the border of Stirlingshire and Dumbartonshire in central Scotland. Located on a plateau in the heart of the Campsies underneath the village of Strathblane, its s ...

Fintry Hills

The Fintry Hills form the western end of a range of hills which stretch west from the city of Stirling, Scotland. They culminate in the 511-metre peak of Stronend, which overlooks Strathendrick and the village of Fintry. As Gargunnock neighbourin ...

Gargunnock Hills

The Gargunnock Hills are a range of hills west of the city of Stirling, Scotland. They culminate in the peak of Carleatheran, whose 485-metre summit is crowned by a trigonometrical pillar. The Gargunnock Hills are separated from the Fintry Hills ...

Gleniffer Braes

Gleniffer Braes is a short range of hills and park area to the south of Paisley, Scotland which form the boundary of Renfrewshire and North Ayrshire.

Lammermuir Hills

The Lammermuirs are a range of hills in southern Scotland, forming a natural boundary between Lothian and the Borders.

Moncreiffe Hill

Moncreiffe Hill is a long, wooded ridge that lies south of Perth, Scotland. It can be easily seen on the right during the final stages of the drive north towards Perth on the M90 motorway. Unlike most British hills, the routes to the summit are a ...

Mote Hill

Mote Hill is the northern tip of the Gowanhills, Stirling, the northern half of the Royal Park that extends around Stirling Castle. The wider park includes the Kings Knott, and sections of a 2-metre-high deer wall, first established in the 12th c ...

North Berwick Law

North Berwick Law, sometimes abbreviated to Berwick Law, is a conical hill which rises conspicuously from the surrounding landscape. It overlooks the East Lothian town of North Berwick and stands at 613 ft above sea level. This is significantly s ...

Skid Hill

The hill origin is volcanic and it shows both trachitic and basic lavas, recognisable thanks to the excavations connected to the disused quarry opened in its eastern flanks.

Annanhead Hill

Annanhead Hill is a 478-metre summit in the Moffat Hills of Scotland. It lies on the boundary between the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway, 9 kilometres north of Moffat, in the Southern Uplands. Annanhead is one of the four hills surrou ...

Carsphairn and Scaur Hills

The Carsphairn and Scaur hills are the western and eastern hills respectively of a hill range in the Southern Uplands of Scotland. Ordnance Survey maps dont have a general name for the hill area as a whole. Also, Ordnance Survey use "Scar" rather ...

Galloway Hills

The Galloway Hills are part of the Southern Uplands of Scotland, and form the northern boundary of western Galloway. They lie within the bounds of Galloway Forest Park, an area of some 300 square miles of largely uninhabited wild land, managed by ...

Loudoun Hill

Loudoun Hill, also commonly Loudounhill is a volcanic plug in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It is located near the head of the River Irvine, east of Darvel. One real and one fictional battle have been fought around Loudoun Hill.

Mullwharchar

Mullwharchar is a hill in the Galloway Hills of the Southern Uplands of Scotland. Mullwarchar is situated to the north of Loch Enoch, west of Corserine, northeast of Merrick and east of Kirriereoch Hill. There are 3 cliffs on the mountain named T ...

Tinto

Tinto is a hill in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Tinto is an outlying hill of the Southern Uplands, comprising little more than this one top, which stands on the west bank of the River Clyde, some 8 kilometres west of Biggar. The peak is also call ...

Aboyne

Aboyne is a village on the edge of the Highlands in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on the River Dee, approximately 26 miles west of Aberdeen. It has a swimming pool at Aboyne Academy, all-weather tennis courts, a bowling green and is home to the oldest ...

Alford, Aberdeenshire

Alford Scots: Aaford or Awfort, Scottish Gaelic: Athfort) is a large village in Aberdeenshire, north-east Scotland, lying just south of the River Don. It lies within the Howe of Alford which occupies the middle reaches of the River Don. The topon ...

Auchnagatt

Auchnagatt is a village and rural area in Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated on the Ebrie Burn and on the A948 road between Ellon and New Deer.

Balmedie

Balmedie is a large village in Aberdeenshire in Scotland. It lies north of the city of Aberdeen, in the civil parish of Belhelvie. The long and wide beach is bordered by an extensive dune system that stretches 14 miles from Aberdeen to just north ...

Birse

Birse is a parish in the Lower Deeside area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, which includes the communities of Finzean and Ballogie. However the name Birse is often used to refer only to the northwestern part of the parish which lies on the south side ...

Boyndie

Boyndie was once home to RAF Banff Strike Wing, which played a pivotal role in protecting the area during World War II. Under the command of group captain the Hon. Max Aitken, six multi-national squadrons formed the Banff Strike Wing. Between Sep ...

Braemar

Braemar is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, around 58 miles west of Aberdeen in the Highlands. It is the closest significantly-sized settlement to the upper course of the River Dee sitting at an altitude of 339 metres. The Gaelic Bràigh Mhàr ...

Bullers of Buchan

The name Bullers of Buchan refers both to a collapsed sea cave and to the adjacent village, situated about 6 miles south of Peterhead in Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Cammachmore

Cammachmore is a hamlet in the coastal region near the North Sea in Aberdeenshire. It lies slightly west of the A90 road and the ancient Causey Mounth passes through the community. Historic Elsick House is situated due west of Cammachmore. Other ...

Clola

Clola is a hamlet in Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Clola is situated on the A952 road. There is considerable evidence of local habitation by early man in the vicinity of Clola. Some of these nearby human traces are evident in Catto Long Barrow ...

Coalford

Coalford is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland situated slightly north of the River Dee. It is situated just 1 mile west of Peterculter, Aberdeen. Central Coalford consists of only 5 houses, each with a unique name: Coalford House, Coalford hou ...

Cock Bridge (Aberdeenshire)

Cock Bridge is a settlement in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, located in the Cairngorms National Park, on the A939 road near Corgarff and Corgarff Castle, between Bellabeg at Strathdon in Aberdeenshire, on the road to the Lecht ski centre, and towards ...

Collieston

Collieston is a small former fishing village on the North Sea coast in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The village lies just north of the Sands of Forvie Special Protection Area, between Cruden Bay and Newburgh.

Cortes, Aberdeenshire

Cortes is a rural settlement in the Banff and Buchan area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated in the parish of Rathen, 7.8 kilometres south of Fraserburgh. The district extends from the base of the Cortez house in the West to Cortez village to t ...

Cowie, Aberdeenshire

Cowie is an historic fishing village in Kincardineshire, Scotland. This village has existed since the Middle Ages, but in current times it is effectively subsumed into the town of Stonehaven.

Crimond

Crimond is a village in the northeast of Scotland, located 9 miles northwest of the port of Peterhead and just over 2 miles from the coast.

Cruden Bay

Cruden Bay is a small village in Scotland, on the north coast of the Bay of Cruden in Aberdeenshire, 26 miles north of Aberdeen. To the West of slains castle, Cruden Bay is said to have been the site of a battle in which the Scots under king Malc ...

Downies

Downies is a cliff-top village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland situated on Cammachmore Bay. Historically Downies was a fishing village, until much of the local North Sea fishery collapsed from overfishing, presently Downies is chiefly a residential do ...

Drumlithie

Drumlithie is a village in the northeast of Scotland in the area known as the Howe o the Mearns. Situated seven miles south of Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire, it is affectionately known by locals as Skite, although the origin of this name remains di ...

Drumoak

Drumoak is a village situated between Peterculter and Banchory in North Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Drumoak is proximate to the River Dee, with Park Bridge, named for the local Park Estate, being a local crossing, Park Estate, was formerly ...

Dubford

Dubford is a small village in northern coastal Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Dubford is situated along the B9031 road approximately 6 kilometres east of Macduff, south of Gardenstown. There is evidence of prehistoric man in the vicinity of Dubford, no ...

Fettercairn

Fettercairn is a small village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, northwest of Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire on the B966 from Edzell. Fettercairn is also reached via the Cairn O Mount road from Deeside. The name comes from Scottish Gaelic and Picts Foth ...

Finzean

Finzean is a rural community, electoral polling district, community council area and former ecclesiastical parish, which forms the southern part of the Parish of Birse, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Finzean was the subject of many well-known landscape ...

Fordoun

Fordoun is a parish and village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Fothirdun, as it was historically known, was an important area in the Howe of the Mearns. Fordoun and Auchenblae, together with their immediate districts form the Parish of Fordoun with ...

Fordyce, Aberdeenshire

Fordyce is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland that is slightly inland from the point where the Burn of Fordyce meets the sea between Cullen and Portsoy. It has existed since at least the 13th century.

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