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Adventure on Wheels are providers of bespoke Car, Car & Trailer, Motorcycle training, and  Motorcycle tours at their best throughout Scotland, Ireland and Spain

Drive O' The Cattle (Applecross) 740 miles approx

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Drive O' The Cattle (740 miles, approx)

This is a three day tour to the North West of Scotland (Torridon/Skye area) enjoying some of Scotland's most popular scenic glens and lochs.

General Information: The tour begins at our head office in Melrose and heads north, taking time to stop and enjoy several points of interest from the Borderlands to Dornie and beyond. The theme of all our tours on Scotland's country roads is for a relaxed and unhurried trip, enjoying local scenery and popular historic sites.  We try to run at a pace to suit all within the group but appreciate that some may wish to go faster than others and will endeavour to accommodate such riders on appropriate sections of the tour.

It should be noted that it is Tom's policy to avoid riding on motorways so please do not expect any! However, there are occasions when we have to be at a particular location at a specific time and therefore the planned route may be altered accordingly.

Prices: For individual or joint tours are available on enquiry; accommodation options and costs can also be made available on request, if required.

Dinning out: We are always happy to advise on where to dine and when at all possible we like to dine with the hole group.  

Bike hire: For information on bike/equipment hire and our vehicle support  service please refer to our webpage Bike and equipment hire etc.

Our Drive O' The Cattle trip can be incorporated into any of our Highland routes.   

Day 1, Twelve Lochs To Dornie: (245 Miles Approx)

On the first day we travel through the Borders, leaving our head office at Melrose around 9.00am, over the Firth of Forth and then head northwest to pick up on the routes of former old drove and military roads to the Highlands and Islands, arriving at our chosen accommodation around 7.00pm.

It's a full day that takes in several  major stops, including Powmill, Aberfeldy, Tummel Bridge, Laggan Dam and the Commando Monument,  with many additional stops if time permits, or if the weather is less than friendly. Our day finishes at Dornie with a group photo at Eilean Donan Castle.

 

 

Day 2, The Big Push: (235 Miles Approx)

After a good Scottish breakfast we leave our accommodation and make our way north to Applecross via the Bealach Na Ba which  requires good attention, giving an entertaining ride!

After Applecross we follow the coastal route north and then east over to Inverness with an historical stop at Culloden, scene of the Jacobites' bloodiest engagement and the last pitched battle to be fought on British soil (Drummossie Muir, 16th April 1746) returning to our accommodation around 7.00pm, dining together talking about our day's experience.

 

 

Day 3, By Way O' Sleat: (260 Miles Approx)

It's another full day as we certainly don't take the most direct route south! We take our first ferry of the trip at Armadale, on the Island of Skye, landing at Mallaig, with short stops at Glenfinnan, Neptune's Staircase, Glen Coe, Tyndrum and Crieff via some hidden sites and enjoying several memorable roads.

 

 

 

 

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Location: Scottish Borders - Central Highlands - Western Highlands and Islands

bulletAccommodation: Scottish Borders  - Western Highlands, Pre-arranged B&B. Please note If additional accommodation is required before or after the trip, within the Central Borders, we are happy to arrange this for you. Prices vary dramatically so we will give you a cost closer to the time of the trip. As a rough guide, B&B will cost approximately £40-£60 per person per night. See our Accommodation section
bulletTime of year: Last weekend in May.  
bullet Duration: Three days, starting and finishing at Melrose
bullet Distance: 740 Miles approx
bullet Minimum group size:1 person on a private tour bases, or 6 people (including pillions) for an open group tour (you are mixed in with un-known riders).
bullet Cost: Per head. Prices for 2017
bulletOpen group £225 per person (price includes 2 nights' B&B, 1 ferry crossing and professional guiding over three days)
bullet10% discount for Pillion Passengers
bulletAdditional B&B likely to cost approximately £40-£60 per person per night
bullet Private groups. Price per head, as per table below

 

Basic package:

  1. Two nights B&B
  2. One ferry crossing
  3. Tour guide (over 3 days)
Private group of 1 £500 Per head
Private group of 2 £350 Per head
Private group of 3 £300 Per head
Private group of 4 £275 Per head
Private group of 5 £250 Per head
  Private group of 6 or more

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Open group price

£225 Per head
Additional Bed and Breakfast: B&B £poa-£poa  per head per night, exact cost to be advised £
Bike hire. See See Misc & Bike Hire Information  

£

Two way pick up. See See Misc & Bike Hire Information   £
Grand total.   £

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 Weekend Specials

The theme of all our tours is for a safe relaxed and unhurried exciting trip, taking in local scenery, points of interest and great twisty roads. We try to run at a pace to suit all within the group but appreciate that some may wish to go faster than others and will endeavour to accommodate such riders on appropriate sections of the tour.

 

 Tel: +44(0)1896 822452
 e-mail: info@activitiesinscotland.com