First stop is this very pretty village on the western shore of Loch Lomond, with wonderful views across to Ben Lomond and expansive loch views.
Heading north, we travel deeper into the Highlands passing through increasingly dramatic landscape and the village of Crainlarich, before arriving in Tyndrum, a noted stop before the wilderness of Rannoch Moor.
3. Loch Tulla Viewpoint
A stop on the edge of Rannoch Moor with an epic view and a place to begin appreciating the scale of the empty landscape.
4. Rannoch Moor
Crossing Rannoch Moor, one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Europe, a vast area of bog, small lochs, rivers and rock outcrops. We can stop in the middle at a viewpoint area, if you so wish.
5. Kingshouse Hotel
An optional stop at this iconic landmark sitting at the top of Glencoe Valley, enjoy a coffee in the bar with its floor to ceiling windows providing yet more glorious views.
6. Kilchurn Castle
Heading towards Inverary another sight to behold. Kilchurn Castle, built around 1450, this long abandoned castle is still very impressive, and its setting at the top of Loch Awe with a backdrop of Highland splendour is magnificent.
Arriving in Inverary, time to enjoy this picture perfect village at the top of Loch Fyne with the beautiful Inverary Castle.
8. Rest and Be Thankful
Another magnificent viewpoint with beautiful views where you can see the old valley road built 272 years ago following the Jacobite rebellion. We then drop down to the head of Loch Long and make our way across to Loch Lomond again, then onto Glasgow.