Camera: Canon EOS 50D, Lens: @ 18mm, ISO: 100, Aperture: f6.3, Shutter: 1/250
The Duke’s Pass is in the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossach’s National Park in Scotland. It is in Achray Forest, which is part of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. It runs between Aberfoyle and Loch Katrine for approximately 11kilometres and is renowned as one of Britain’s best scenic drives, taking you through some of the most remarkable landscape of the Trossachs. The pass was named after the Duke of Montrose, who originally built it to replace an old pony route and as an access route to the Duke’s land. It was later improved to accomodate the tourists who were drawn to the area during Victorian times following the publication of Sir Walter Scott’s epic poem ‘The Lady of the Lake’.