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Hot Air Balloon Rides Over Biggar (South Lanarkshire)

Bowmuir Farm Holidays, Bowmuir Farm
South Lanarkshire
ML11 8LX

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Situated in South Lanarkshire, Biggar sits between Glasgow and Edinburgh making it an easily accessible launch site.

Biggar itself is an historic market town with many buildings dating back to the 16th century still standing. With independent shops and cafes, it's well worth a visit when you are in the area.

Your hot air balloon ride will launch from Bowmuir Farm outside of Biggar giving you the chance to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside as you drift skywards on your aerial adventure.
If history is of particular interest to you, there are some historical gems to keep an eye out for. You could see the famous site of the Battle Of Biggar, which took place in 1297 and resulted in William Wallace defeating the English army, commanded by Edward. There is also the church of St Mary, built in 1546 and where the ancestors of the politician, William Gladstone are buried.

Who knows which way the wind will blow on the day but you can be sure that your balloon ride will be a magical experience you'll remember for a lifetime.

Experience the Watercourse in South Lanarkshire

As the hot air balloon gracefully ascends over South Lanarkshire, UK, a picturesque landscape unfolds beneath, revealing the beauty of this region in Scotland. The undulating terrain is adorned with a mosaic of green fields, rolling hills, and meandering waterways, creating a serene and captivating scene.

The River Clyde, a prominent watercourse in South Lanarkshire, weaves its way through the landscape, reflecting the soft glow of sunlight. Its meandering path adds a fluid elegance to the scenery, and occasional bridges span the river, connecting the towns and villages on either side.

The historic town of Lanark comes into view, its medieval architecture and cobbled streets providing a charming glimpse into the past. The towering spires of St. Nicholas' Church and other historic landmarks punctuate the skyline, adding a sense of timelessness to the view.

Farmland stretches out beneath the balloon, marked by neatly divided fields bordered by hedgerows and stone walls. Small farmsteads and clusters of trees create pockets of tranquility in the rural landscape, offering a contrast to the more populated areas.

The balloon's gentle ascent allows for a panoramic view of South Lanarkshire's diverse topography. The Campsie Fells, with their gentle slopes and panoramic vistas, provide a scenic backdrop to the landscape. The lush greenery of Tinto Hill stands proudly, offering a prominent landmark in the distance.

As the balloon drifts over the village of Symington, the historic architecture blends with the natural surroundings. Traditional stone houses, some with thatched roofs, are nestled amidst the greenery, adding to the timeless appeal of the scene.

Throughout the journey, the balloon provides an unobstructed view of South Lanarkshire's beauty, offering glimpses of both rural tranquility and the historic charm of its towns and villages. The immersive experience captures the essence of this Scottish region, showcasing its natural richness and cultural heritage in a captivating aerial display.

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