Finnich Glen (The Devils Pulpit) is found near the village of Killearn approximately 30mins north from Glasgow . According to local lore , the gorge was used by druids as a secret meeting place . The amazing Finnich Glen which is a little visited dramatic 100ft deep gorge, although a busy road runs over it.
The Cave and Basin National Historic Site of Canada commemorates the birthplace of Canada’s National Park system. The growth and development of Canada’s national parks are celebrated in interactive displays and exhibits. Naturally occurring, warm mineral springs can be found inside the cave, and outside in an emerald coloured basin.
Prabalgad Fort, also known as Kalavantin Durg (Kalavantin’s Fort), is located between Matheran and Panvel in the Indian state of Maharashtra, at an elevation of 2,300 feet in the Western Ghats. It is located on a plateau very close to Matheran, but unlike Matheran Prabalgad fort does not have a good source of water supply.
Johnston Creek is a tributary of the Bow River in Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular day hikes in Banff National Park. It’s fairly easy, making it perfect for families and people of almost any fitness level and age. It’s accessible year round, including the winter when you can enjoy hiking to Johnston Canyon’s frozen waterfalls.
Just a few kilometres up the coast from Italy’s southernmost point, in the deep south-east of Sicily, is one of Sicily’s prettiest seaside villages: Marzamemi.
It was the Arabs of the 10th century who put Marzamemi on the map. They not only gave the village its poetic name, Marsà al-hamam (translating as something like Turtle Dove Bay) but also built the original tonnara (tuna processing plant), which was to become one of the most important on the island.