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RSPB Scotland Loch Leven

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RSPB Scotland Loch Leven

185 Reviews
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B9097 RSPB Scotland Loch Leven, Kinross KY13 9LX Scotland
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Classic Tour, our popular 1-Day tour of The Highlands of Scotland from Edinburgh
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Classic Tour, our popular 1-Day tour of The Highlands of Scotland from Edinburgh

The route to Glencoe follows the path of the invading English armies heading north to conquer the rebellious Scots. As we leave the Lowlands and enter the Highlands you experience the haunting beauty of the mountain landscape.
$788.35 per adult
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McJammie wrote a review Nov 2020
Dunfermline, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
Great cafe with delicious scones and lots of vegan options. A nice place to meet friends as there are lots of different walks, nice clean toilets, outside seating and the cafe is currently set up to socially distance with ease. The cafe staff are very friendly and helpful. There is also an RSPB shop with all sorts of books, gifts and birdseed😁.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Zazu286 wrote a review Oct 2020
Dunfermline, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
Amazing little cafe Great coffee and scones Excellent COVID safety measures - one of the few places I’ve seen wipe down the pen you use to fill out track and track forms!! Excellent
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Date of experience: October 2020
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span27 wrote a review Sep 2020
Aldridge, United Kingdom88 contributions34 helpful votes
We love visiting RSPB reserves back home but this was my first Scottish one and what a treat! Nothing like back home. We arrived early after beating the traffic out of Edinburgh city centre and we are glad we did. It was quiet and beautiful, we had a short walk down to the hides overlooking the water (hides currently closed but there are still gaps in the fence to look through.) we saw some osprey in the distance. then we took the steep walk uphill to the viewing point which was stunning, the view swept as far as the eye could see in all directions. On the way back down to the starting point on the end of the woodland trail we saw one of just four resident red squirrels! Very lucky indeed. It’s definitely worth a visit. We chatted to the knowledgeable rspb volunteers about where to head next on our Scottish rspb tour.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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214jam99 wrote a review Aug 2020
Chester, United Kingdom175 contributions78 helpful votes
We walk the woodland path each year to the top of the hill the views are priceless and it costs nothing to walk up there. The cafe was close due to Covid 19 but we usually have a drink and cake inthere after our walk. There are toilets which are still,open and are always clean. There are picnic benches so you can take your own picnic. There are different trails you can do we chose the most difficult but there is something for everyone as you can access the Loch Leven path walk from here also. There is parking and when the shop is open there are activities for the children to do and binoculars to look out for rare birds. We return here each year as it holds a special place in our hearts ♥️
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Custa19 wrote a review Jan 2020
Kinross, United Kingdom92 contributions55 helpful votes
Cafe was pretty average, we ate with our two kids, and had the pasta, seemed to be microwaved. Views are stunning though, as are the walks.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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