The popular wild swimming spot of Loch Tarff high above Loch Ness and Fort Augustus at the head of Strathnairn. Many an advert and TV programme have shot here including The Grand Tour.
Cow Hill is a summit that blocks the view of Ben Nevis from Fort William. It gives an enjoyable circuit with fine views, both over the town and down Glen Nevis and Loch Linnhe.
Loch Linnhe is a sea loch that follows the line of the Great Glen Fault and is the only sea loch along the fault.
About 50 kilometres (31 mi) long, the southern part of the loch is wider and its branch southeast of the island of Lismore is known as the Lynn of Lorne. Loch Eil feeds into Loch Linnhe at the latter's northernmost point, while from the east Loch Leven feeds in the loch just downstream of Corran and Loch Creran feeds into the Lynn of Lorne. The town of Fort William lies at the northeast end of the loch, at the mouth of the River Lochy.
The Corran Ferry crosses Loch Linnhe at the Corran Narrows visible in the mid-ground of this shot.
Knoydart is a peninsula in the Lochaber district on the West coast of the Scottish Highlands. Situated between Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn, the peninsula comprises approximately 55,000 acres which today is divided up amongst a number of landowners, with the largest area managed by the Knoydart Foundation.
Knoydart is cut off from the UK mainland road network, thus meaning access can only be made either by boat or by foot. The rugged and remote landscape is one of the primary attractions of the area; and with four munros and numerous corbetts within the Knoydart boundary, hillwalkers flock from far and wide to make their ascents.
Inverie is the main settlement area and is home to over half of the full time residents (currently around 120). The village holds the majority of local amenities, including the Primary School, Post Office, Community Shops, Knoydart Pottery & Tearoom and The Old Forge pub; and is where the pier is located for boat access to and from the peninsula.
The A9 'road to the Highlands' with Aviemore and the Cairngorms beyond. The rising mists coming of the Lochs around the Rothiemurchus Estate can be seen clearly in this shot.
Aviemore is situated within the Cairngorm National Park. The town is popular for skiing and other winter sports. There are excellent views of the Cairngorms from various places within the town, especially from the railway station.
Loch Droma is situated between Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich and Am Fauchagachm, near Garve, Highland, Scotland.
It is linked to Loch Glascarnoch as part of the Conon Hydro-Electric Power Scheme. The River Droma rises from Loch Droma and runs northwest to unite the Abhainn Cuileig to come of as the River Broom, which feds the Loch Broom. The summit of An Teallach can be seen from Loch Droma. From this loch starts the route up to Sgurr Mor, through a circuit up over Beinn Liath Mor Fannaich.
Loch Eck is a freshwater loch located on the Cowal peninsula, north of Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is seven miles long. Apart from Loch Lomond, it is the only naturally occurring habitat of the Powan (fish).
Loch Eck is within the Argyll Forest Park which, is itself part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
The loch is also an impounding reservoir with a concrete dam measuring 0.870 metres high. The dam was completed in 1973. Loch Eck now supplies the freshwater to much of the southeast of Cowal, including Dunoon.
In July 2013, two dogs died due to algal bloom present in the loch. Warnings were then posted advising that people and animals should avoid contact with the water