Videos tagged with "glengo"
Trafalgar: Local Speciality, Glengoyne Distillery, Scotland [01:32]
Watch and learn about the Local Speciality of whisky making at Glengoyne Distillery, Scotland. This is just one example of how our insider experience allows our guests to learn first-hand about the special crafts and customs of the areas they visit.
Adventure Golf [02:32]
Ian MacLeod Distillers enjoy an unusual day's golf. Designed by Bill Thomson from Hello Scotland with a little help from the staff at Kingsfield Golf Centre.
Tags: golf, adventure, hello, scotland, Kingsfield, Glengoyne, We, Film
Scotland: Highlands and islands [05:30]
A slideshow of photographs taken in Scotland, on the islands of Islay and Jura during summer, and in the Stirling region during autumn. Locations include: Islay Airport, The Rhinns of Islay, Finlaggan, Ardbeg Distillery, Kildalton, Laggan Bay, the Sound of Islay, Craighouse, Jura House Garden, the track to Corryvreckan and Barnhill, Ardeonaig Hotel on Loch Tay, the River Tay and nearby woodlands, Bracklinn Falls, Callander Craig and Glengoyne Distillery. The accompanying music is Marsail Lochinalie by Bonnie Rideout.
Tags: Scotland, islay, jura, travel, stirling, callander, tay, slideshow, photographs, scenery, landscape, photography, Stirling (council Area), Scottish, nature, summer, autumn, finlaggan, kildalton, ardbeg, laggan, UK, craighouse, Adventure, mountains, glengo
Glengoyne Distillery Visit 2011 [06:09]
This is a report (in Flemish) of our visit to the Glengoyne Distillery in the Scottish Highlands. Slàinte!
Tags: toshan, man, glengoyne, distillery, scotland, whisky, mark
WEST HIGHLAND WAY - 2011. [10:00]
Commencing the walk from Kelvingrove Park in the centre of Glasgow adds another approximate 10-miles to the now 96-mile West Highland Way. Featuring the summits of Dumgoyne (a very short detour from Glengoyne Distillery) and the fantastic views from Conic Hill before arriving at Rowardennan, this part of the video ends on the lower slopes of Ben Lomond (the ascent continues in Part 2). "By yon bonnie banks, and by yon bonnie braes, -- Where the sun shines bright on Loch Lomon' -- Where me and my true love were ever wont to gae, -- On the bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomon' " It was a bleak walk through the Glasgow parks but the wonderful granite monument by William Kellock Brown in memory of the Scottish writer and historian, Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) greets the walker en route. The monument comprises a rugged, largescale hewn torso and head that erupts out of a block of stone and was erected by public subscription in 1916. Arriving at Milngavie its great to see the change that has taken place there in the last couple of years - yes, the place has finally woken up after more than 30 years of hillwalkers arriving there and finally put up some welcoming signs! Dumgoyne summit provides good views over the Way and much more: the immediate view further along the Campsie Fells being that of Earl's seat. The helicoptered in summit stone now replaces the old insignificant small handful of stones. An indicator arrow on the new stone states Ben Lomond - just a pity none of the ...
Tags: roddymck, Scotland, West, Highland, Wat, Glasgow, Glengoyne, Balmaha, Rowardennan, Ray, Hatfield, onetruemedia