It is said that this is one of the highest points on the British Isle. Although the whole mountain is not very shocking and the absolute elevation difference is not very obvious, the middle stream still makes the mountain very different. Although most people pass through the Scottish Highlands for the purpose of going to Lake Ness, our guide stopped here for a while to give us. Time photography Cloudy weather is not beautiful, but it brings a mysterious feeling to the mountain. Maybe the sunny scenery is not better now.
Finally, we drove away from Lomond Lake. Gradually, we saw a magnificent expanse of mountains, grasslands, forests, lakes and so on. The Scottish Highlands are in sight. Benivis is the highest mountain in the British Isles. Located in the west of Scotland, England, the Grampian Mountains adjacent to the highland town of Williamsburg. The sun still shines, the clouds are vast, the mountains are magnificent and magnificent, and the earth is fresh. We walk, run, jump and jump, sometimes curious about a small white tube (there are plants in it, see figure 4), sometimes touching the furry mushrooms, sometimes picking a few dense mulberries in the bushes, and sometimes picking a few colorful wild flowers...
Benivis Mountain is the highest peak in the British Isles and a must-see attraction to visit the Scottish Highlands. The grasslands on the hill are full of herds of cattle and sheep in harmony and nature. On the top of the hill, there is a World War II monument which is very magnificent and beautiful. However, the wind and atmosphere on the hill are low, so pay attention to cold and warm protection.
The fifth day of the British tour started from Glasgow and went to the Suckland Heights. There were fewer forest cover in the Heights. Benivis Mountain was the most beautiful peak in England. We climbed the peak by cable car. There were many mountain bike enthusiasts on the rugged mountain road.
According to LP, Peak District is the busiest National Park in Europe and the second busiest in the world (the first is Mount Fuji). The whole area is divided into two parts because of the different scenery in the north and the south. The north is more desolate and uninhabited, mostly rolling hills, called Dark Peak. The south is not only lower, but also more beautiful, with pastoral scenery, called White Peak. At the beginning of the hike, I was confident and bought a detailed map of the Dark Peak area of OS at 1:25,000 (the map of Ordnance Survey is the best one for traveling in the UK), so I planned a 3-4 day trip to Dark Peak from south to north. The result, of course, was no surprise that the goal had not been achieved - the changeable weather, the lack of experience and the immature psychological factors stopped the first outdoor attempt at the end of the next day's journey. It's better for beginners to be honest step by step. The journey started in Hope and ended in Edale, both small towns. The connection between the two is basically the demarcation line between Dark and White Peak. The train from Sheffield runs about an hour and half an hour to Hope.
Meet a wild deer in Scottish Highlands.途经霍格沃茨火车桥和邦德走过的艾琳朵南堡旁，美得像油画一样的苏格兰高地。?