The heather in Scotland is breathtaking. Blanketing the landscape in the prettiest of purples, it’s a magical sight. So much so that I’ve spent much of the past week on the moors taking it in. Today I want to share its beauty with you, and if you’re wondering where to see heather in Scotland for yourself, read on.
Where to See Heather in Scotland
Heather is fleeting. It blooms for a few weeks every August, then fades away as autumn sets in. I’ve seen it in the Lammermuir Hills in the Scottish Borders, particularly around The Southern Upland Way. It covers moorland throughout Scotland and northern England, too. If you get a chance, I recommend seeing the heather in Scotland up close. I’ve never experienced anything like it in all my travels, and I’m sure you’ll be as enchanted by it as I am. These 11 photos will show you why…
Do you have recommendations for where to see heather in Scotland? Please share!