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Scottish Scenic Routes

by Vivien Martin

‘Stargate Loch Lomond’ - Loch Lomond’s very own pyramid!

IT’S NOT often you associate the Scottish countryside with pyramids, but Loch Lomond now has a splendid one! An Ceann Mòr, Gaelic for the Great Headland, is one of four installations that marked the inaugural Scottish Scenic Routes project. Funded by the Scottish Government, the four new landmarks were specifically designed to highlight features of much loved areas of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

An Ceann Mor, above Inveruglas visitor centre, Loch Lomond
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