Alt Clut - Dumbarton Rock
I subsequently found out that this whole area is tied up with the earliest myths of King Arthur and Merlin. I believe that when Britons migrated from Strathclyde to Wales and Corwall that they carried the stories of King Arthur and Merlin with them and transfered the stories to places that were more familiar to them.
According to the author Hugh McArthur, Loch Lomond is the original Arthurian lake and Inchcailloch is the island of Avalon.
View of Loch Lomond from the island of Inchcailloch
Ancient church dedicated to St. Kentigerna on Inchcailloch
Bluebell woods on Inchcailloch
Sun wheel made up of four serpents on a stone in Govan church
Sarcophagus of St. Constantine, King of Dumbarton
Viking hogback tombs actually represent Viking houses
The Glebe Stone, near Yarrow
The Loupin Stanes
St Michael's Church at Arthuret
The overgrown ramparts of Liddel Strength, Cumbria
Arthur's Round Table, a prehistoric henge in Cumbria
Standing stone at the centre of Mayburgh Henge, that
forms a complex with Arthur’s Round Table