The Great Outdoors

Introducing

Scotland has been voted the most beautiful place in the world by the influential Rough Guide 2017.

If you love the great outdoors Scotland is your ultimate playground with a dazzling coastline of islands, waterfalls and ancient Munro’s (Mountains), carved by glaciers millions of years ago.

The opportunities are endless. As is our enthusiasm for it all. We look forward to welcoming you.

Wildlife

If some time exploring our natural environment is your thing then no problem. We know where you can watch dolphins and seals (and most importantly, when!). Or we can arrange visits to the best Nature Reserves to watch our bird wildlife where it’s not uncommon to see ospreys, hawks or even a golden eagle.

Fishing and Stalking

If you are a fisherman, or aspire to catch a salmon on the fly, let us introduce you to a man who has the prime beat on the Tay at Dunkeld. And if you would like to try deer stalking in the Highlands we can easily arrange that too.

We offer a fully guided salmon fishing package in partnership with Jock and his team of professional salmon-fishing experts, which allows you access to this wonderful experience, regardless of your level of skill. Our chauffeur will drive you to one of Scotland’s most famous rivers, the Tay, where you will meet your professional guide. Under his experienced eye you will learn the art of spey casting with a double-handed salmon fly rod, how to tie on a salmon fly, hook a salmon on the fly, and various other Scottish salmon fishing tactical approaches.

The day lasts from 9am to 5pm with a lunch break at 1pm in a comfortable serviced riverside fishing hut.

Full salmon fishing equipment supply along with chest waders, traditional Tay salmon boat (subject to boat favourable water conditions), life jackets & waterproof jackets are provided & all you require to bring are warm clothing, sunglasses & a packed lunch.

 

Price per person per day £575.

The West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is  arguably the most famous walking route in Scotland.  Steeped in history, this wonderful long distance path takes you north, from the bustling commuter town of Milngavie (pronounced mul-guy), to the Highland tourist hub of Fort William, nestled in the shadow of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis (1,344 metres).

From the rolling East Dunbartonshire countryside and the waterside paths of Loch Lomond, to the remote, wide open spaces of Rannoch Moor and the stunning mountain range of Glencoe; the variety of landscapes along the way makes this one of Scotland’s premier walking routes.

The route is very well signposted, with well-maintained paths and tracks throughout.  Accommodation, services and refreshments are also strategically located from start to finish, providing opportunities for a comfortable and relaxing end to a tough day’s walking.

Falkirk Wheel

A feat of engineering, the Falkirk Wheel is the world’s only rotating boatlift, and is used to connect the Forth & Clyde and Union canals in central Scotland. Visitors can take a 40 boat trip on the canal and experience the boatlift for themselves, dropping 35 metres from one canal to the other.

Open daily 10am-5pm

Lime Rd, Tamfourhill, Falkirk FK1 4RS