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The drama and sheer variety of Scotland's natural features never fails to impress visitors. Though small, the country offers an amazing range of landscapes, from the gentle rolling hills of Dumfries and Galloway to the breathtaking peaks of the Cairngorms, and from the rugged coastlines of the north east to the sub-tropical gardens of Wester Ross.

Perched on the outer rim of Europe, Scotland forms the northern part of Great Britain and is about two-thirds the size of England and Wales which occupy the remaining portion. It is surrounded by sea on three sides: to the west and north by the Atlantic Ocean and on the east by the North Sea. Its only land border, that with England, runs for approximately 60 miles (96 km) along the line of the Cheviot Hills

The national flag of Scotland, known as the Saltire or St. Andrew's Cross, dates from the 9th century, and is thus the oldest national flag still in use. Since 1606 the Saltire has also formed part of the design of the Union Flag. There are numerous other symbols and symbolic artefacts, both official and unofficial, including the thistle, the nation's floral emblem.

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The whole of Scotland was covered by ice sheets during the Pleistocene ice ages and the landscape is much affected by glaciation.

From a geological perspective the country has three main sub-division:-.

The Highlands and Islands lie to the north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault, which runs from Arran to Stonehaven. This part of Scotland largely comprises ancient rocks from the Cambrian and Precambrian, which were uplifted during the later Caledonian Orogeny. It is interspersed with igneous intrusions of a more recent age, the remnants of which have formed mountain massifs such as the Cairngorms and Skye Cuillins.

A significant exception to the above are the fossil-bearing beds of Old Red Sandstones found principally along the Moray Firth coast. The Highlands are generally mountainous and the highest elevations in the British Isles are found here. Scotland has over 790 islands, which are divided into four main groups: Shetland, Orkney, and the Inner Hebrides and Outer Hebrides. There are numerous bodies of freshwater including Loch Lomond and Loch Ness. Some parts of the coastline consist of machair, a low lying dune pasture land.

The Central Lowlands is a rift valley mainly comprising Paleozoic formations. Many of these sediments have economic significance for it is here that the coal and iron bearing rocks that fuelled Scotland's industrial revolution are to be found. This area has also experienced intense volcanism, Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh being the remnant of a once much larger volcano. This area is relatively low-lying, although even here hills such as the Ochils and Campsie Fells are rarely far from view.

The Southern Uplands are a range of hills almost 200 kilometres (124 mi) long, interspersed with broad valleys. They lie south of a second fault line (the Southern Uplands fault) that runs from Girvan to Dunbar. The geological foundations largely comprise Silurian deposits laid down some 4–500 million years ago. The high point of the Southern Uplands is Merrick with an elevation of 843 m (2,766 ft). The Southern Uplands is home to the UK's highest village, Wanlockhead (430 m/1,411 ft above sea level).

Things To Do In Scotland

Scotland is a beautiful country with a lot of variety, which gives the average visitor plenty of activities to choose from.

For one thing it is known as a bicycler’s paradise with many quiet country roads and cycling paths that are perfect for this activity. Those traveling light can choose to cycle from town to town and city to city as they discover many beautiful parts of Scotland that would otherwise not be noticed.

Hiking is another activity that is certainly very popular – especially in the more rugged parts of the country where cycling is somewhat more difficult. Hiking enables a person to get closer to the natural surrounds without startling creatures nearby and requires only a bit of fitness and a good pair of shoes. Of course, if you are planning to hike for longer than a day, you will also have to invest in a good backpack, but some walking trails even make use of hospitable farmers who gladly provide overnight accommodation and lighten your load considerably.

Archery has been a part of the United Kingdom since the earliest times and today it is a much-loved sport. Even if you have never given it a try before, you can certainly attempt some archery in Scotland when you are on your next holiday. Local instructors will provide you with the equipment and instruction necessary to get you started and you may well discover that shooting with a bow and arrow is a whole lot of fun.

For those who are a little more adventurous, there are the options of kart racing, off-road driving, paintball and skiing. Kart racing will make you feel like a child all over again as you wind your way around the karting track and do your best to overtake your friends. Paintball will give you a whole new adrenaline rush as you stalk through the bushes and try to outwit and outplay the opposing team, while off-road driving provides a mental and physical challenge that simply cannot be topped.

The tranquil sport of fishing needs no introduction and there are many, many great spots in Scotland where fishing is an every-day activity. Horse riding is a very popular way of getting out in the countryside and enjoy the wonders of nature while sphereing adds a whole new dimension to your holiday activities. So make sure you get the most out of your holiday and enjoy as many of these activities in Scotland as possible.

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Scotland certainly has many treasures crammed into its compact territory and there is something for all tastes.

For the history buff, few cities compare with Edinburgh and Glasgow. There is wild mountain scenery of the Highlands & Northern Islands and cold, sparkling seas washing against the Outer Hebrides. Wildlife watchers will find otters, eagles, whales and dolphins, while hill walkers have almost 300 Munros to bag.

Although an integral part of Great Britain since 1707, Scotland has maintained a separate and distinct identity throughout the last 300 years. The return of a devolved Scottish parliament to Edinburgh in 1999 marked a growing confidence and sense of pride in the nation’s achievements.

Scheduled Car, Passenger and Freight Ferries between Northern Ireland and Scotland are run by Stena Line and P&O Irish Sea ferries.

Stena Line travels the Belfast−Stranraer route and P&O Irish Sea the Larne−Troon and Larne−Cairnryan routes. There’s a choice of standard and high-speed ferries on the Stranraer and Cairnryan routes, high speed only on the Troon route.

From May to early September, Smyril Line operates a weekly car ferry between Shetland (Lerwick), the Faroe Islands (Torshavn), Iceland (Seydisfjordur), Norway (Bergen) and Denmark (Hantsholm). It leaves from Lerwick on Monday for Bergen, and on Wednesday for Torshavn and Seydisfjordur.

Superfast Ferries runs a car ferry between Rosyth, 12 miles northwest of Edinburgh, and Zeebrugge in Belgium.


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