East and Central Scotland
Dochart Falls Killin
An exciting journey through some of Scotland's finest scenery from the remote glens of Highland Perthshire to the beautiful Trossachs Region often described as "The Highlands in Miniature" The scenic route winds its way along the shores of beautiful rivers and lochs in the shadow of majestic mountains.


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Towering mountain peaks, shimmering lochs and romantic glens mark this route. There are forest walks and nature trails, castles and other ancient monuments. The fast flowing River Tay is a frequent companion beginning in Perth and continuing through Dunkeld and Aberfeldy to the beautiful scenery of Killin and Loch Tay.


Blair Castle
The riverside city of Perth is the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. It is the starting point for a tour which combines beautiful scenery with history and splendour. Only three miles from Perth is Huntingtower Castle with its splendid painted ceilings and at Dunkeld beside the River Tay is the ancient Cathedral. Blair Castle with its thirty two rooms of beautiful furniture, fine paintings, china, embroidery and armour is only six miles from your overnight stop at the Victorian Highland Resort of Pitlochry.


Ladies Cycle
Holidays can sometimes be short and you may not have time to cycle on a full seven day tour or you may just need to escape the city and enjoy the peace of a long weekend in the country. There are many ways to explore Scotland and cycling is one of the best. Enjoy this leisurely 4 night tour of castles and palaces on our ‘Miniature Castle Trail’ tour of Highland Perthshire.


Loch Katrine
This popular tour explores the contrasting character of the beautiful scenery which separates the Highlands and Lowlands. You travel from the riverside city of Perth, past the rugged Grampian Mountains to reach a world of hills and glens heralded by Lochs Venacher, Achray and Katrine. From Lochearnhead you will enjoy the superb views of lochs and mountains in the Trossachs 'The Highlands in Miniature'.


Picture of Cycle the Kingdom of Fife
This part of the east coast of Scotland is often referred to as the Kingdom of Fife. Fife was one of seven Celtic kingdoms and the only one to retain its special title and spirit.The sea was the main route to Fife and the coastal villages had thriving trade with Europe


Hill House
This new Scottish coast to coast trail was launched in April 2014. The route is named after the Dunbar born conservationist John Muir, who emigrated to America whilst still a boy and became the father of the American National Parks and a key figure in the conservation movement. Starting in Helensburgh we follow the trail across Scotland for 134 miles to Dunbar in the east. The trail passes through villages, towns and Scotlands capital city - Edinburgh.


The Kelpies
A fascinating journey between Scotland's two major cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The refurbishment of the Forth and Clyde and Union Canals has once again established the historic waterway link across Scotland.This masterpiece of 18th century engineering has aqueducts, lifting and swing bridges, locks, junctions and now the 21st century Millennium Wheel at Falkirk.



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