Campervan Holiday, To See The Autumn Colours In Scotland
Autumn is one of the most beautiful times for a holiday in Scotland and if you are travelling by campervan or motorhome you’ll find it easy to visit many hotspot locations for seasonal colour and scenery.
From vibrant leaves, to bright berries and crisp, clear days, a Scottish autumn is truly a feast for your eyes.
Here are some great places to see spectacular autumn views in Scotland:
Auchterarder Hills, Perthshire
Perthshire is known as Big tree Country and is a fantastic location to take in all kinds of stunning autumn scenes. A view from the east across to the hill of Auchterarder will have you absorbed for hours. For a nearby walk see Oak Trail.
Loch Fleet, Sutherland
Sutherland, in the far north of Scotland, is beautiful at any time of year but as this photograph shows in autumn it takes on a surreal look. The landscape is seen from Loch Fleet over Alders Nature Reserve and towards the mountain of Creag am Amalaidh.
Old railway line at Ballater
Stroll this easy-going path close to the Aberdeenshire town of Ballater. Check out a walk for ideas.
Loch Tulla, HIghlands
Loch Tulla is a gorgeous spot near Bridge of Orchy in the western Highlands.
Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh
Even in the heart of the city you’ll discover beautiful autumnal views. Look up as you stroll the historic streets of Scotland’s capital.
Almost everywhere that you look as you drive or walk through the magnificent landscpae of Glencoe you’l be wowed by the views. In autumn, a mixed hue of golds, oranges and yellows adds brilliance to the landscape. This scene is just past the village of Tyndrum towards the Munro of Beinn Dorain. If you have the energy and experience why not hike Beinn Dorain, too?
The tranquil town of Aberfoyle is located amid Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. A drive over the famous Duke’s Pass or a walk in the forest will reveal many splendid autumn views.
The Quiraing, Isle of Skye
A strange-looking geological feature, the Quiraing is in fact a landslip and forms part of the Trotternish mountain ridge on Skye. It can feel like a otherwordly place and on a sunny autumnal day the landscape shines in many vibrant colours.
Scott’s View, Scottish Borders
Made famous by the Scottish writer, Sir Walter Scott, the Scott’s viewpoint, near the market town of Melrose, is the ideal place to soak up the autumnal landscape of the Borders.
Counting sheep Campers have wide a range of campervans and motorhomes to hire in Scotland and are conveniently located at the gateway to Scotland. Just a short drive from Edinburgh or Newcastle. If you wish to leave your car with us, no problem we offer free on site secure parking. We also offer a free local Train station Meet & Greet service, if you wish to travel to us by public transport. We are in the perfect location to start your holiday, exploring Scotland or Northern Britain.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.