Tyndrum

Tyndrum A small village 5 miles North of Crianlarich in the heart of hillwalking country around Glen Lochy. It lies in Strathfillan, at the southern edge of Rannoch Moor. The name translates as “the house on the ridge” and is of Gaelic origin. The village is overshadowed by the Munro, Ben Lui. Tyndrum lies within…

Killin Agricultural Show 2018

Last Saturday, August 18th, Killin hosted the annual agricultural show. Every year the community gathers in Breadalbane Park to celebrate local activities and products. The festival started at 8.30 a.m. with the opening of the Food Court (just in time for breakfast!). The morning proceeded with a variety of competitions, shows and demonstrations. While local…

Beer hunting across Scotland

Whisky is and always will be Scotland’s national drink, but did you know that this country also has a history of brewing beer that dates back 5,000 years? Machinery and techniques might have changed over the centuries, but the population’s love for the cold, refreshing drink remains the same. In this day and age, smaller…