Tour Itinerary. Duration 7 Hours

Luss, Loch Lomond

Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. It is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk past the pretty sandstone and slate cottages to the pier for wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier a very short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a 1000 year old Viking grave to amaze you.


Luss, Loch Lomond

Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. It is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk past the sandstone and slate cottages to the pier which has wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier it's a very short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a 1000 year old Viking grave to amaze you.



Tyndrum

We head north into the Highlands and start transitioning into a bigger and wilder landscape. Passing through Tyndrum, altitude increases and we arrive at the elevated Loch Tulla viewpoint, a great place to enjoy the Highland expanse.


Tyndrum

We head north and into the Highlands proper and start transitioning into a bigger and wilder landscape. Passing through Tyndrum, altitude increases and we arrive at the elevated Loch Tulla viewpoint, a great place to enjoy the Highland expanse.


Rannoch Moor

One of the last wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bogs, small lochsstreams and rock outcrops. There are numerous stopping points where you can soak in the atmosphere of this remarkable place. We turn around on a section of road from the Bond movie "Skyfall". At Tyndrum we turn right into the beautiful county of Argyll. Our first stop is Kilchurn Castle.





Kilchurn Castle.

Built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is still very impressive, it sits at the top of Loch Awe ringed by mountains both close by and distant makes for a very memorable visit. There are Highland Cattle living in the vicinity and hopefully they will be visible and very close when you view the castle.






St Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes from Kilchurn Castle is this very unique and beautiful church perched on the edge of Loch Awe. Described as enchanting, magical and fascinating, a wonderful stop.

Kilchurn Castle.

Built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is still very impressive, it's setting at the top of Loch Awe ringed by mountains both close by and distant makes for a very memorable visit. There are Highland Cattle living in the vicinity and hopefully they will be visible and very close when you view the castle.


St Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes from Kilchurn Castle is this very unique and beautiful church perched on the edge of Loch Awe. One of Scotland's 100 most beautiful buildings it has so many descriptions such as enchanting, magical and fascinating, a wonderful stop.

Inverary.

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops worth browsing for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop which will let you sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop, the take-away fish and chips is the favourite and siting at the outdoor tables with wonderful views of the Loch and Mountains somehow makes them even more delicious




The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views in Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.


Inverary.

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop where you can sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop.


The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views of Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.




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The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views of Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.

LeaveGlasgow, head west along the south bank of the River Clyde and to the Firth of Clyde


Tower Hill, above Gourock.

A magnificent panorama that takes in the upper Firth of Clyde and the surrounding mountain landscapes with their deep sea lochs. A great place to see whereabouts we are on the map and the route we are taking.


Ferry Boat crossing.

Cross the upper Firth of Clyde into the Highlands and the county of Argyll, the 20 minute crossing on the small open deck ferry provides more wonderful views including the Isle of Arran.


Benmore Botanic Garden.

You have the option to stop here for 60 minutes, this trip can be adjusted by as much as you want. 

Benmore is a magnificent 120 acre mountainside garden, surrounded by beautiful scenery. The entrance to the garden is through an avenue of 150 year old giant redwoods. Climb through exotic plantings to a lofty viewpoint at 450 feet. There is a cafe and toilets in thr visitor centre.


Inverary.

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a very picturesque village on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a visit to Inverary Castle and grounds is a must for visitors to this area of the Highlands. Depending on how much time you want to spend in Inverary and how energetic you are feeling, you can take an invigorating walk up to Inverary Castle Watch Tower and savour the panorama.


The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful sits 804 feet above sea level. It divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views in Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.


Luss

The pretty conversation village of Luss is situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. A settlement has stood on this site since medieval times although much of the current village dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, having been developed to house workers from nearby slate enquiries. with it's prim, identical sandstone and slate cottages garlanded in rambling roses. This is one of Scotland's most popular places to visit.


Return to Glasgow


Return To Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

West Highland Day Tour

Head north-west from Glasgow for a tour into Argyll and The Highlands. 

Visit famous places such as Inverary, Luss on Loch Lomond, Rannoch Moor,

and The Rest and be Thankful.  7 Hours Duration

Departs Glasgow - Year Round


From £419  April-September  

Low-season rates available

per group (up to 7)
Tour Itinerary. Duration 7 Hours

Luss, Loch Lomond

Luss, a very pretty village situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's most popular villages to visit. Walk past the pretty sandstone and slate cottages to the pier for wonderful views up and down Loch Lomond and across the loch to the mountains. From the pier a very short walk to the atmospheric church graveyard which has graves dating back to 600AD / 700AD. There is also a 1000 year old Viking grave to amaze you.


Tyndrum

We head north and into the Highlands proper and start transitioning into a bigger and wilder landscape. Passing through Tyndrum, altitude increases and we arrive at the elevated Loch Tulla viewpoint, a great place to enjoy the Highland expanse.


Rannoch Moor

One of the last wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bogs, small lochs (lochans), streams and rock outcrops. There are numerous stopping points where you can walk away from the road and soak in the atmosphere of this remarkable place. We turn around on the section of road from the Bond movie "Skyfall" where 007 and M are driving in the Aston Martin. Our return to Tyndrum gives a far bigger and grander view of the Rannoch Moor wilderness. At Tyndrum we turn right into the beautiful county of Argyll. Our first stop is Kilchurn Castle.


Kilchurn Castle.

Built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is still very impressive, it sits at the top of Loch Awe ringed by mountains both close by and distant makes for a very memorable visit. There are Highland Cattle living in the vicinity and hopefully they will be visible and very close when you view the castle.







St Conan's Kirk

Just 5 minutes from Kilchurn Castle is this very unique and beautiful church perched on the edge of Loch Awe. Described as enchanting, magical and fascinating, a wonderful stop.

Inverary.

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a lovely village in a grand scenic setting on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a walk to the picture perfect Inverary Castle is very popular for visitors. There are shops worth browsing for souvenirs, an excellent whisky shop which will let you sample some quality Scotch. There are also some food takeaways, although tour guests love the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which we pass on our way to our next stop, the take-away fish and chips is the favourite and siting at the outdoor tables with wonderful views of the Loch and Mountains somehow makes them even more delicious.



The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views of Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.

LeaveGlasgow, head west along the south bank of the River Clyde and to the Firth of Clyde


Tower Hill, above Gourock.

A magnificent panorama that takes in the upper Firth of Clyde and the surrounding mountain landscapes with their deep sea lochs. A great place to see whereabouts we are on the map and the route we are taking.


Ferry Boat crossing.

Cross the upper Firth of Clyde into the Highlands and the county of Argyll, the 20 minute crossing on the small open deck ferry provides more wonderful views including the Isle of Arran.


Benmore Botanic Garden.

You have the option to stop here for 60 minutes, this trip can be adjusted by as much as you want. 

Benmore is a magnificent 120 acre mountainside garden, surrounded by beautiful scenery. The entrance to the garden is through an avenue of 150 year old giant redwoods. Climb through exotic plantings to a lofty viewpoint at 450 feet. There is a cafe and toilets in thr visitor centre.


Inverary.

Inverary, on Loch Fyne is a very picturesque village on the western shore of Loch Fyne, as well as strolling in the village, a visit to Inverary Castle and grounds is a must for visitors to this area of the Highlands. Depending on how much time you want to spend in Inverary and how energetic you are feeling, you can take an invigorating walk up to Inverary Castle Watch Tower and savour the panorama.


The Rest and be Thankful.

The famous pass called The Rest and Be Thankful sits 804 feet above sea level. It divides Glen Kinglas from Glen Croe. On top is a viewpoint with beautiful views in Glen Croe where you can clearly see the old valley road which was engineered by General Wade during the subjection of Scotland following the Jacobite rebellion.


Luss

The pretty conversation village of Luss is situated on the western shore of Loch Lomond. A settlement has stood on this site since medieval times although much of the current village dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, having been developed to house workers from nearby slate enquiries. with it's prim, identical sandstone and slate cottages garlanded in rambling roses. This is one of Scotland's most popular places to visit.


Return to Glasgow


Return To Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Tour Itinerary. Duration 7 Hours


Return To Glasgow

What's included

  • All guiding fees and vehicle costs

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Local guide

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entrance fees for castles / gardens

  • Food and drink

  • Gratuities

Meeting / Pick up and what to bring

Tour Itinerary, Duration 7 Hours

What's included

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