Our trip location guide

Highland Trips for you to choose

Buachaille Etive mor - The iconic Buachaille etive mor in all her winter glory
the wild west coast
secrets of the highlands
ice crack at Loch Glascanoch
Slagachan storm


A trip to Glen Etive and Glencoe.

Consisting of 1 or 2 day including one nights accommodation at glen Coe ski resort .We can book accommodation for you or perhaps you would like to book your own.

This trip can be a one day trip where we pick you up from your hotel early for a sunrise ,then shoot the Buachaille waterfall. Following this we head down the stunning Glen Etive valley to Loch Etive, for a second shoot.We then make our way back from the loch and shoot the many waterfalls and heard's of wild dear along the rd.

Suggest wellington boots and cleats warm winter and rainproof clothing

We suggest the overnight 2 day trip staying at Glen Coe. Again prices would be tailored to your needs.

All trip are just suggestions, and can be tailored to your needs.


Situated near inverness this is a 1 day trip out to the bridge,best times are autumn and winter , with limit of 3 photographers.we can pick you up at your location and drive you out,to shoot this stunning yet little known waterfall and old stone bridge.Where you can spend the day exploring the surrounding area, with this stunning little burn and her waterfalls.Pricing tailored to your needs.

suggest wellington boots and cleats, warm and rain proof clothing


Situated in the Assynt area of the western highlands. The walk into the falls from car park is quite shot but fairly difficult. This shoot needs a good pair of wellington boots and cleats(cleats are for ice snow and slippery rocks) and a fair amount of agility. we could pick you up from your accommodation providing your in the highland area , and transport you out to this stunning location.the falls are amazing almost biblical ,but hard to find.

we suggest warm winter clothing with rainproof jackets

Prices tailored to your needs


This trip requires you to walk about 4 klms Parking by the A835 at northern end of the Loch.We walk in across the heathland with gentle rises and falls until we reach the secluded loch.It can be snow and ice conditions so snow shoes good boots and cleats may be required.Spend a day shooting the stunning loch a'Gharbhrain and Beinn Dearg in the distance.For those with some energy the rewards are amazing.Trip depends on weather and can be difficult going.

Trip is again tailored to your needs and limited to 3 persons

Note person in the photo wearing muck boot pro wellingtons and cleats.Wet weather and warm clothing. we also suggest snow shoes if there is a lot snow about.


This trip is a much easier trip than our beyons loch Glascarnoch trip.

Park on edge of the loch and walk down to the banks.This photo was taken last year with amazing ice build ups along the side of the loch. Stunning views to Beinn Dearg and the western mountains.

We can spend a day here driving from Inverness taking in the gorgeous scenery of this beautiful area,
We suggest warm winter clothing and rainproof jackets

All our trips are suggestions and we can tailor any trip to your needs and budget


There are many locations on sky, perhaps you fancy Elgol and a boat ride to the Black Cullins and loch Coruisk. this could be an overnight trip staying at the bothy. or maybe a hike up to the old man of Storr.Then theres Sligachan and it's famous bridge or maybe a day wandering the Fairy pools at Glen brittle. the choice is yours, with endless great shoots to be had.

Booking out trips.

Please contact me by email at dongoldney@gmail.com