Perthshire abounds with many memorable visual gems but I describe two which for the visitor will stay in their hearts after they visit.
Atholl, Perthshire is another of the ancient territorial districts covering some of the northern part of Perthshire. From rich farming lowlands in the south heading north to the Grampians it describes and shows the type and balance of land which was once overseen and ruled over by a strong clan chief.
Athol gives the title of Duke in the peerage of Scotland to the Murrays; and also it's name to Athol Brose, honey, whisky, water, etc...
Ben Lawers, Perthshire, a mountain in the Breadalbane range of the Grampians which rises above Loch Tay and is around 4,000 feet high. The Grampians with stunning scenic beauty and famous for the arctic-alpine flora, such as Snow Gentian, Mountain-Forget-Me-Not, Purple Mountain Saxifrage, etc...
Ben Lawers once so revered that Victorian Scottish Naturalists raised their top hats in veneration at the first view of the summit.
Perthshire is yet another photographers dream vacation spot, so make sure your camera is fully charged for the feast that awaits you.
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