You make your way up the east coast of Loch Lomond, travelling past the famous Loch Lomond Golf Club. As your continue north the mountain Ben Lomond starts to come into view, towering over the west coast of Loch Lomond and making for a stunning photo of the Loch when you stop in Luss on the banks of the Loch
Situated in the north part of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, Falls of Falloch is a beautiful waterfall with a popular beauty spot for picnic. The falls boasts a prime location just over three miles from the village of Crianlarich which makes the site a useful stopping point or brief leg-stretcher if travelling on the A82. Standing at 30 ft high and with the River Falloch passing through Glen Falloch as it makes its way towards Loch Lomond at Ardlui, Falls of Falloch is a truly entrancing site set in a peaceful glen.
The village of Crianlarich is located in Glen Strathfillan to the north of the Trossachs, some eight miles north of the head of Loch Lomond. A tradional Scottish Highland stop and an ideal place to stop and grab some fresh Scottish air.
Cared for by the National Trust for Scotland. No description can recreate the impact of seeing Glencoe for the first time. It has long been one of Scotland’s most famous places, known equally for its rare beauty and sorrowful past. Discover its remarkable history, landscape and wildlife, as well as the backdrops for films including ‘Braveheart’, ‘Rob Roy’ and ‘Skyfall’. Transformed in 2019, our eco-friendly visitor centre, nestled in a woodland glade, is an essential starting point for your adventures in Glencoe. Get a taste of the stories that make the glen so special and discover more about walks, weather, wildlife to spot and things to do on your visit.
You might wonder where is Fort William? Located in Lochaber in the West Highlands, the town is often described as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and is a popular base for week-end breaks and holidays. With Britain’s highest mountain Ben Nevis, the surrounding area has some of the most stunning scenery in Britain. Experience the natural wonders and adventure of Lochaber. You could explore the wilds of Ardnamurchan, the dramatic landscapes of Glencoe or the romantic Road to The Isles. Enjoy the majestic glens, breathe the fresh mountain air and marvel at some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
One of the last remaining wildernesses in Europe, the Great Moor of Rannoch is a beautiful outdoor space stretching far north and west from Rannoch Station. The area is a vast stretch of land composed of blanket bog, lochans, rivers, and rocky outcrops which makes it a very challenging environment which still supports varieties of flora and fauna. A wealth of plants, insect, bird and animal life can be seen here ranging from curlews and grouse to roe and red deer.
One of several photogenic lochs on the vast Rannoch Moor, Loch Ba is close enough to the road that you can take amazing shots of your own, without having to wade through waist-deep heather, or cross rippling bogs.
The itinerary above is only a guide as other historical sites can be incorporated into a tailored sightseeing tour of your own making. The tour price does not include your entrance fees, lunches, dinners or the chauffeurs gratuity.