How to feel completely alone on one of the most beautiful islands on this planet: skip the main season and have a little bit of luck. Experiences of one lucky girl that visited this island during the 'Beast of the East' in '18. That is: a lot of snow, cold temperatures but many many endless views.
This list could be much longer, but here are a few places that took my breath right away.
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A few of the best choices I made during my trip to Isle of Sky that I would definitely recommend.
Few of the places I visited and/or stayed at on my way from Edinburgh to Isle of Skye. I took a detour over Inverness to visit a friend who lives there. She told me to not pass Loch Ness ("the monster isn't real you know" - her words) but more north because the views there are better. She was right
I went by car from Edinburgh, over Inverness to Isle of Skye. A slower but 'better' choice would be a scenic trainride to the island. During low season, buses are rare though. That's why I chose to rent a car, and took in a local hitchhiker to get to know the good places. Hitchhiking is certainly a GO in this area!
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