They say pictures tells a thousand words...
This is one of the many spectacular views you may witness when on holiday at Chase The Wild Goose. The area has outstanding natural beauty, contrasting coulours, seas of green and blue, and rich forest landscape.
Here's a sample of the many, many things available to see and do when on holiday:
- VISIT the romantic and ever-changing Pucks Glen Walk - this is a magical 'Lord of the Rings' walk in the woods, following the stream through the Glen to the waterfalls, bridges and mossy slopes. Let your imagination take you to a time of myth and legend
- STROLL along the avenue of Giant Redwoods Benmore Botanical Gardens which is a major must-do in the area. Visit the Victorian Fernery, climb the Benmore hill and enjoy refreshment in the cafe.
- KEEP WATCH - the area abounds with bird and wildlife - the Red Squirrel is a native to these part, whilst the Otter has made a return and even the elusive Pine Marten has been seen. Red Deer and Roe Deer are frequent visitors. The shores of Loch Eck and the Holy Loch Nature Reserve are home to Curlew, Sandpiper and Heron, and by the River Eachaig Dipper, Wagtail, Jay and Woodpecker have been sighted. Common Seal, Porpoise and even the occasional Blue Whale are sighted on the Clyde Estuary
- GO SPORT - There are opportunities for Walking, Running, Golfing, Fishing, Biking, Cycling and Kayaking in the forests, glens and hills, whilst Pony-trekking, Paint-Balling and Quadbiking facilities are easily accessible.
- VISIT Inveraray, home of Inveraray Jail and Inveraray Castle. Step back in time at Auchindrain Rural Life Museum or soak in the atmosphere at the Stone Circles and Cairns of the Kilmartin Glen. Explore under the Hollow Mountain at Cruachan. See one of Scotland's most scenic castles at Kilchurn. Visit the Isle of Bute, Rothesay Castle or the gothic mansion of Mount Stuart. Even take a day travelling by Loch Lomond shores to Glencoe, The Trossachs, Oban, or the big city, Glasgow and the hugely popular Kelvingrove Museum, Art Galleries galore, Transport Museum and Science Centre, many of which are free to visit.
Whatever you choose to do during your stay we guarantee your visit to this awesome part of the Scottish Highlands will be truly memorable.