The Kelpie of Loch Ness Macgrigor drew his hefty claymore and struck the Kelpie’s nose. The Kelpie yelped in fright
When you picture Scotland in all it’s mythical grandure the first place your mind goes to is the Highlands. Small villages with tight knit communities and large mountain landscapes make up the charm of the Highlands. Many of the Highland communities keep alive the Gaelic language and ooze Scottish culture- a breeding group for myths and legends. Here you will find absolute solitude and peace to experience the magic of the Highlands. From Glencoe to John O’ Groats, an adventure is to be had.
Along with the Lochs and Castles, the highlands also offer dense pine woodland. If you look close enough with your mind wide open, you may even experience a fairy or two. for Nessy isn’t the only famous creature of old lurking in the highlands. Giants, fairies and princes a plenty live on in the folklore of the Highland passed down through song and storytelling.