Queens View

Loch Tummel & Loch Tay

Pick up points


Time: 5.5 hours | Distance: 53 miles

Highlights

A perfect day tour around the most famous scenery in Highland Perthshire, through 3,000 years of history. Take in the lochs, glens as we travel the Road To The Isles.

Queens View

9:45am | Queens View

  • Visitor Centre
  • Beautiful Scenery
  • Vegan Choice Menu

Follow in the steps of Queen Victoria - visit the Queens View and capture the panoramic setting from the view point. Continue along the fabled "Road to the Isles" to Kinnloch Rannoch and see the magnificient "Schiehallion" a 3500ft Munro and learn of its significance to scientific experiments in the late 1700's.

Fortingall Yew

11:10am | Fortingall Yew

  • One of the nicest small villages in Scotland 
  • Magnificent tree in a beautiful location
  • Oldest Yew Tree in Europe

Head on to beautiful Fortingall village with its thatched cottages and study the 5000 year old YEW tree which stands in the grounds of the local churchyard.

Kenmore

12:00pm | Kenmore

  • Small village in Perthshire
  • Located where Loch Tay

Visit the picturesque village of Kenmore on the shores of Loch Tay and cast an eye on the majestic Ben Lawers in the background.

Crannog Centre

12:30pm | Crannog Centre

  • Guided tour of Iron Age dwelling history
  • exhibitions
  • crafts
  • music
  • demonstrations

Visit the Crannog Centre a replica of an ancient dwelling dating back to the Iron Age around 500 BC. Immerse yourself in village life in this museum with demonstration on cooking, textiles and ancient crafts.

Aberfeldy (Black Watch Monument)

2:15pm | Aberfeldy (Black Watch Monument)

  • Historical landmark in Aberfeldy
  • Black Watch Monument

Travel on to Aberfeldy and visit the famous Black Watch Monument erected around 1887 to commemorate the founding of the famous regiment in the early 1730,s.