Google Earth Scavenger Hunt – Scotland

Welcome to our Google Earth Scavenger Hunt!

To start your virtual adventure, click the link below and use the search bar to find the famous Scotland city or landmark. Provide the latitude and longitude of each location below!

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1. Scotland is home to the oldest tree in Europe, the Fortingall Yew, and it has been around for 3,000 years. Find the Fortingall Yew on Google Earth and provide its coordinates:

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2. Scotland is home to the tallest waterfall in Britain, named Eas a’ Chual Aluinn. It is 658 feet which is 3 times the height of Niagara Falls. Find the Eas a’ Chual Aluinn waterfall on Google Earth and provide its coordinates:

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3. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh and is where J.K. Rowling wrote some of the Harry Potter books. Find Edinburgh on Google Earth and provide its coordinates:

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4. The highest mountain in Scotland is Ben Nevis which stands at a height of 4409 feet. Find the Ben Nevis mountain on Google Earth and provide its coordinates:

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5. You can discover the legends of the most mysterious sea creature, the Loch Ness monster at Scotland’s most famous Loch. Find the Loch Ness on Google Earth and provide its coordinates:

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1. Fortingall Yew coordinates: 

    • Latitude: 56° 35′ 53″ North
    • Longitude: 04° 03′ 03″ West

2. Eas a’ Chual Aluinn waterfall coordinates: 

    • Latitude: 58° 12′ 16″ North
    • Longitude: 04° 55′ 42″ West

3. Edinburgh, Scotland coordinates: 

    • Latitude: 55° 57′ 11″ North
    • Longitude: 03° 11′ 17″ West

4. Ben Nevis mountain coordinates:

    • Latitude: 56° 47′ 48″ North
    • Longitude: 05° 00′ 12″ West

5. Loch Ness coordinates: 

    • Latitude: 57° 19′ 22″ North
    • Longitude: 04° 25′ 27″ West

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