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Scotland Itinerary - Edinburgh / Trossachs / Great Glen / Skye

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Hello, travelers -- my husband and I (mid-40s, like beer and hiking and quirky history) are headed for Scotland in May. We're planning on a few nights in Edinburgh and then heading out to find natural beauty. I've come up with a tentative itinerary and I'd love some feedback.

Day 1: arrive EDI 3 pm; get dinner; crash

Day 2: Edinburgh

Day 3: Edinburgh

Day 4: Edinburgh to Callander. Hike in the Trossachs.

Day 5: Hike around Loch Lomond. Drive to Glencoe.

Day 6: Glencoe, then drive to Skye.

Day 7: Skye

Day 8: Skye

Day 9: Skye to Edinburgh

Day 10: Head home :(

Whaddaya think? Too much? Too little? Are we missing the Most Beautiful Place in All of Scotland? Thanks for any advice.

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