Scotland's Lochs & Glens

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8 Day(s)
Easy-Moderate
179 Km
Self-guided

Description

Explore Scotland�s lochs and glens by bike, soaking in the unique landscape of the Scottish Highlands whilst savouring the clean, fresh Scottish air. Immerse yourself in rich clan history as you cycle past castles through the rugged Trossachs hills and then on into Highland Perthshire. Great cycling complemented by welcoming Scottish hospitality, world class whisky and the produce from Scotland�s natural larder.Your cycling adventure begins in the bustling holiday town of Callander, known as the gateway to the highlands, which lies beneath wooded crags. Learn the story of Rob Roy at the visitor centre before you pedal east to Loch Katrine. Here you can enjoy a fine cycle along the tranquil Loch Katrine and perhaps a trip on the 100 year Sir Walter Scott steamship.Your route continues north past Loch Lubnaig and through Glen Ogle to the village of Killin, which lies at the southern end of Loch Tay and is bisected by The Falls Of Dochart. The scenery just gets even better with every turn of the pedals as you follow the southern shore of Loch Tay past the Scottish Crannog Centre, Dewar�s World of Whisky and Taymouth Castle. Aberfeldy is next, famous for the �Birks Of Aberfeldy� a poem by Robert Burns.The Victorian spa town of Pitlochry is your base for the final three nights. Choose from several routes which visit Dunkeld Cathedral, Blair Castle, Queen�s View, Moulin, Killiecranckie as they wind Big Tree Country.

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Tour Location

Country:
UnitedKingdom
From:
Callander
To:
Pitlochry

Tour Information

Guiding:
Self-guided
Duration:
8 Days
Level:
Easy-Moderate
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
GBP 585

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
179 Km

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: Available

Inclusions

3 Nights in 3* hotels & 4 nights B&B's
7 Breakfasts
Baggage Transfer
Detailed route notes with maps
24/7 UK telephone support

Exclusions

Travel to / From Isle sur la Sorgue
Lunches and dinners
Snacks and drinks
Bike Rental
Personal equipment
Travel insurance
Entrance fees to museums and attractions

Options

Additional nights accommodation
Bike Rental
Transfers to / from L'Isle sur la Sorgue

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