A spectacular journey from Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, along the shores of Loch Ness to Fort William. Cycling on special paths and quiet forest trails, you will enjoy magnificent views of lochs and mountains and will have a chance to see some of the abundant wildlife such as red deer and golden eagles. A rest day in Fort William to explore, try some mountain biking in the forest or climb mighty Ben Nevis, Scotland's highest mountain. Leave Fort William by train for a scenic journey up Glen Spean and across desolate Rannoch Moor. From Rannoch Station follow the lochside road via Lochs Rannoch and Tummel to reach Pitlochry. At this pretty Victorian resort town you can visit the Dam and Fish Ladder, a distillery or nearby Blair Castle with its fine collections of armory, paintings and china. There are fine views of the River Tummel as you leave Pitlochry. Cross the River Tay at Logierait and on to the historic cathedral town of Dunkeld. The tour ends at the busy town of Perth where you have the chance to visit Scone Palace.
Set departure dates: 12th - 19th August; 26th August - 2nd September
By air to Edinburgh/Glasgow /Inverness Airports, airport collection service available. By train with Scotrail. By bus with Citylink: car parking available (not secure)