Black Rock Cottage

Glencoe

Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

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Loch Ness, Haunting Glencoe & The Highlands

During this extended day long tour from Glasgow to the Scottish Highlands you can sit back, relax and take in some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland. You’ll marvel at the grandeur of Glencoe, Scotland’s most famous and scenic glen, and there’s even time to visit Urquhart Castle and/or take a short cruise on Loch Ness.

From Glasgow our route takes us north to Loch Lomond National Park, home to the 311 year old Drovers Inn – a place frequented by the infamous Rob Roy MacGregor. Its the perfect place to enjoy some refreshments while trying to spot some of the ghouls and ghosts said to haunt its ancient walls.

Ben Lomond
Drovers Inn

As we climb into the Highlands the landscape changes dramatically. The desolate Rannoch Moor gives way to the spectacular Glencoe, setting to one of the most shameful episodes in Scottish history  – the Glencoe Massacre. There’s an opportunity to stop here, stretch your legs and take in the breath-taking majesty of the Glen.

Spean Bridge, close to the Highland resort town of Fort William, and Ben Nevis (Great Britain’s highest peak) is the perfect place to stop for lunch before heading north into the Great Glen where we take in the stunning beauty of the Caledonian Canal, considered by many to be one of the world’s great waterways.

Glencoe
Caledonian Canal

Enjoy the superb scenery as we hug the shoreline of Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle (ruins). It sits close to the deepest part of Loch Ness and is the place to spot the Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie as we like to call her. With just a little under 2 hours to spend at Loch Ness there is the option for you to explore Urquhart Castle & Visitor Centre and/or take the superb Loch Ness by Jacobite Cruise.

Loch Ness Boat Trip
Urquhart Castle Loch Ness

On our route down through the Cairngorms National Park and Grampian mountains, keep a look out for Ruthven Barracks, for what you see today is pretty much how it was left after the Jacobites fled in 1746.

Our final refreshment stop is in beautiful Perthshire before we head past Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and Stirling Bridge; scene of William Wallace’s great victory on our return to Glasgow.

Ruthven Barracks
Stirling castle
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Tour Details

Operates
Daily throughout the year.

Departs 08.00
Returns 19.45

Adults 16-59
£40.00 – £47.00

Seniors
60+
£38.00 – £45.00

Students (with valid ID)
£38.00 – £45.00

Children 5-15
£38.00 – £45.00

Children 
We regret that children under 5 years of age are not permitted on our tours.

Inclusions
Costs are for transportation by air-conditioned mini/midi coach and services of a professional driver-guide.

Exclusions
Lunch and Refreshments

Optional Extras (payable on the day)
Urquhart Castle & Loch Ness Cruise Package.
Until March 31st 2017
Adults £19.00
Seniors £19.00
Students £19.00
Child £15.00

From April 1st 2017
Adults £19.50
Seniors £19.50
Students £19.50
Child £15.50

Loch Ness Cruise Only
Adults £14.00
Seniors £14.00
Students £14.00
Child £11.00

Tour Departure Point
266 George Street,
Glasgow G1 1QX
Outside Parish Halls

Tour Highlights

Loch Lomond, Drovers InnGlencoe, Fort William, Ben Nevis, The Great Glen, The Commando Memorial, The Caledonian Canal, Loch NessUrquhart Castle, Loch Ness Boat Cruise, Inverness, Cairngorms and Perthshire.

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Tour Map

 

Pickup Point

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