The Olympic torch is to take the scenic route to the Scottish Highlands as it passes Loch Lomond and Loch Ness.
It will be carried 169 miles by 92 torchbearers from Glasgow to Inverness on the second leg of its eight-day tour of the country.
The first torchbearer of the day will be 16-year-old Emma Baird who was nominated for her determination in overcoming health problems to play sport. Despite suffering Upper Femoral Epiphysis and spending time in a wheelchair she is now part of her school football team.
Emma will pass the flame to veteran Olympian Hamish Hardie MBE who competed as a yachtsman in the 1948 London Olympics.
Mr Hardie, who is currently the vice-chair of the Clyde Maritime Trust, will take the flame on board the restored Glenlee Tall Ship on the River Clyde.
The torch will be carried through Luss, Tarbet and Crianlarich on the banks of Loch Lomond before touring the Highlands.
The flame will travel across Loch Ness by boat from Fort Augustus to Drumnadrochit and visit the weekend RockNess music festival at Dores.
Soul-pop star Emeli Sande will carry the torch during the relay as well as perform at a torch celebration concert for the second night in a row.
Sande will join dance acts and local performers at the Northern Meeting Park in Inverness, following her performance in Glasgow on Friday night.
The Brits' Critics' Choice winner said: "I think that's going to be a really special moment. It's a real honour to get to do that. I wasn't expecting it. I can't wait. I don't think within my lifetime we're going to be able to do this again, have the Olympics in my country, so it's definitely something I'll look back on and it will always be a fond memory."