Departing from your accommodation at a time based on your location, the drive up will pass Perth and Dunkeld.
Arriving at Edradour just before 10am, time will be given to take the whisky tour and to enjoy the setting before heading in to Pitlochry.
A lovely highland town which was developed in Victorian times, free time will be given in Pitlochry to enjoy lunch, take a wander down by the river, and also chance a salmon or two leaping. Shopping will also be an option.
Travel the few miles north to the Queens View, a spectacular panorama point over Loch Tummel, and once again board the mini-coach for our journey south through the Sma’ Glen.
At the northern end of the Sma’ Glen keep an eye out for Clach Ossian or Ossian’s Stone, an 8 ft high monolithic stone sited where the river and the road almost touch.
Driving along the edge of the River Almond, along the narrow valley floor and the glen itself, you may notice a Roman fort and watchtower.
From here we will head south again, and finish the day back at your accommodation