While on my three-week trip to Edinburgh, I escaped north from the city for a weekend in pretty, little Dunkeld. I’ve written about how much I love Dunkeld in the past: it’s a Scottish folk music mecca, it’s gorgeously situated on the River Tay, and it’s sited among some of Scotland’s most beautiful forests.
I hadn’t done the surrounding landscape justice on my previous visits so I decided to work my dogs out on a seven-mile hike through the nearby Hermitage forest and around the River Braan. The hike was one of my favorite activities on the whole trip. Rather than write 14,000 words describing the beauty of this walk, I present a 14-photo essay of this incredible journey.
The photo essay appears on a separate page because I want to show you the largest possible photos. Let me know how you like this. Please click the image below or this walk in the woods link. I hope you enjoy them!