A cobblestone bridge made famous by the
Scottish poet Robert Burns. In his immortal
tale of Tam O'Shanter, sparks flew from the
heels of his horse as it raced over the bridge
just strides ahead of the witch.
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Often referred to as the flower of Scotland.
James the III used the thistle as royal symbol
imprinted on gold coins in 1470. This
Thistle was taken on the hillside overlooking
Castle Stalker and Loch Linnhe.
Located in the Trossachs National Park, this footbridge
was built by soliders in 18th century over Kinglas water.
So named because as the cattle grazed here,
the woman made butter and cheese.
Established in 1935 Argyll Forest Park was the first
of its kind in Great Britain and with its network of footpaths
covering 186mi/300km, it offers nature lovers plenty of
beautiful countryside to explore. The Argyll Forest Park
stretches from the western shores of Loch Lomond
south as far as Holy Loch, providing the most