Scottish Highlands and Glencoe
Available all year
Glencoe Visitor Centre – eco friendly, nestled in a woodland glade.
Departing Oban, your coach will take you through the picturesque scenery of the Pass of Brander and around the tip of Loch Awe with views of Kilchurn Castle before continuing to Tyndrum where a short stop is made.
The route climbs to Rannoch Moor; the Great Moor is one of the last remaining wildernesses in Europe. Driving through the majestic Glencoe – once a scene of the infamous 1692 massacre and now a centre for serious mountaineering providing some of the finest climbing and walking in Scotland. A stop is made at the award-winning Glencoe visitor centre to learn more about the history, geology and nature of this region. Leaving the visitor centre the route continues along Loch Linnhe. Admiring the views of the islands of Lismore and Mull along the shoreline of this sea loch. Passing Castle Stalker, a tower house situated on its own islet set against a dramatic backdrop of mountains before arriving back in the coastal town of Oban.
Remarks/requirements: Appropriate warm, waterproof clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
Walking information: At guests’ discretion.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
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