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Scenic route viewpoints

With 720 square miles to explore, it can be difficult to know where to find the best views. Our uniquely designed viewpoints are conveniently located along the main roads that loop through the National Park and make ideal stopping points to take in the landscape and snap the perfect picture.


These stunning artworks offer you some breathing space to break up your journey through the National Park. Each viewpoint was designed by young architects as part of the 2015 Scottish Scenic Routes competition, and all have become a permanent fixture in the National Park landscape, offering unique rewards to those who visit them.

lookout-mirrored-cabin-scenic-art-installation-surrounded-by-green-grass-and-wooded-hills-in-the-distance LookOut: Loch Voil

LookOut: Loch Voil

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woven-sound-art-installation-walkway-made-of-corrugated-iron-at-edge-of-falls-of-falloch Woven Sound: Falls of Falloch

Woven Sound: Falls of Falloch

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faerie-hollow-scenic-art-installation-platform-of-stone-and-wood-at-edge-of-loch-lubnaig-with-stunning-views-over-forested-shores-and-hills-behind Faerie Hollow: Loch Lubnaig

Faerie Hollow: Loch Lubnaig

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an-ceann-mor-wooden-structure-scenic-art-installation-among-trees-with-blue-sky-and-clouds-above An Ceann Mor: Inveruglas

An Ceann Mor: Inveruglas

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