Visit Scotland – A leaf peeper’s guide to autumn woodland walks

I’m beginning to think that Visit Scotland should be paying me for promoting tourism in Scotland, but they keep sending me lovely ideas for places to visit and I just have an urge to share their ideas. You can see their suggestions for places to visit in autumn here.

Below is The Hermitage in Perthshire, one of my favourite fairly local places to visit.


And I visited the Falls of Dochart below a few days ago.

Falls of Dochart

I haven’t visited any of the others though – so many places to see!

4 thoughts on “Visit Scotland – A leaf peeper’s guide to autumn woodland walks

  1. Some beautiful landscapes in that link. I’ve always admired mossy, rocky, shadowy places, with stately trees and just a glimpse of architecture somewhere to keep in touch with the human element.
    The autumn tints are wonderful.

    • Valerie,
      The trees here are just beginning to change colour, autumn is my favourite season but in recent years it has only lasted a week or so then we bang into winter. I hope it’s a bit longer this year.

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