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Scotland route advice: Pitlochry to NW Highlands

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I tried to post yesterday, but don't see it---so forgive if this is a repost.

I wanted any input about which might be the best to drive from Pitlochry (Sept 8 for the Highland Games) going to the northwest Highlands area. Would it be more scenic to go via Loch Tay and the A82 to Glen Coe & then head north, or to head north out of Pitlochry on the A9 and go via Invergarry or Inverness? We are not especially interested in a detour to the whisky distillery Speytown area and prefer open vistas to dense forest (I know, not too common in Scotland anyway!). We will be driving back to Glasgow eventually via Glen Coe, but would like to maximize our chances of good viewing weather there.
Thanks!

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