If you plan to visit Scotland there are many iconic landscapes and castles to visit. My photography from Eilean Doonan castle, Devils pulpit, Glencoe, Bow Fiddle rock, Culzean Castle, Edinburgh, Arthurs Seat, Loch Lomond, milarrochy bay, Turnberry Lighthouse, Greenan Castle, Dunure Castle, Etive Mor, Isle of Skye, Trotternish ridge, Fairy Pools in the Scottish Highlands.
Location Devils Pulpit Address: A809, Dumgoyne, Glasgow Postcode G63 9QL
Finnich Glen in Stirlingshire, is a short, steep glen up to 70 ft deep which runs east from Finnich Bridge on the A809. It was carved from the red sandstone by the Carnock Burn.
It features a circular rock known as the Devil’s Pulpit and a steep staircase knows as the Devil’s Steps, build around 1860.
The Devil’s Pulpit is a a short 70ft steep Glen near Drymen. Although many consider it a ‘hidden gem’, it’s really easy to get to and can easily be done on a boring Sunday afternoon. Why not get out and about, explore?!
The Devil’s Pulpit is not only great for a little walk/exploration, but it also holds a bit of Scottish history and culture. Legend has it that it was the meeting place of the ancient Druids and somewhere where Satan himself preached to the monks.
The truth forcing spring scenes in episode 6 of Outlander were filmed at Finnich Glen, The Devil’s Pulpit.
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