Loch Ness is best known for the alleged sightings of the legendary Loch Ness Monster ("Nessie"), although it is scenic in its own right. Boat cruises operate from various locations along its shores giving tourists the chance to look for the monster.
Mount Napier, one of the youngest volcanoes in Australia, is a composite lava shield with a superimposed scoria cone. The cone rises 150 m above the surrounding plains to an elevation of 440 m making it the highest point on the Western District Plains of Victoria. It erupted about 5,290 BC
The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.
The Loch Katrine Steamship Sir Walter Scott is a major attraction to visitors in the Trossachs. The old steam ship has plied these waters for over 100 years. More details are available at http://www.incallander.co.uk/steam.htm
Visit the Loch Lomond Aquarium. The journey will take you on a trip from the mountain streams that supply the largest expanse of fresh water in Britain, through to the deep secrets held within the ‘Bonny Banks’ and out into the wonders of the North Sea. Also examine the feats achieved in the Clyde Shipyards and the effect they had all over the world in our Tropical Ocean Display!
The Loch Palm Golf Club Phuket, with 18 hole, par 72, has smooth slopes and dramatic elevation changes, taking you across and around ravines and plateaus that test all levels of skill.
The front nine holes sit among lakes and palm trees, while the second nine move you along though the mountains, hitting uphill and downhill with woods, irons and even your putter!!