Coming from a coastal town, it doesn’t take long before we start missing the beach life while away.
On a recent trip around Scotland, we stumbled across Loch Morlich in the Cairngorms, UK’s largest national park.
The freshwater loch sits 300 meters above sea level, it boasts its own sandy beach, with fantastic trails and views all around. It was a perfect location for a spot of lunch before an afternoon of activities.
We decided on a tapas style menu of;
Fried potatoes, with a spicy tomato sauce (Patatas Bravas), Chorizo in Red Wine (Chorizo al Vino Tino), Prawns with Garlic (Gambas al Ajillo), Mushrooms with Garlic (Champinones Con Ajo), Green Olives, and skewered Olives, Anchovies and Guindilla Peppers (Gilda Pintxo).
The centre was successfully formed nearly seventy years ago, and over the years Reindeer were slowly introduced in to the perfect sub-arctic conditions.
It was a perfect few days in the Cairngorms, and an unforgettable memory from our Scottish Adventure.
Pete Rudd is a British based freelance photographer specialising in outdoor lifestyle and landscape photography, and recently expanding into portrait work. Travelling the world over the past 10 years, his passion for photography has grown, enabling him to capture his vision of the world through his photos, inspiring others along the way.