Multi Day Excursions

Multi-day scheduled ‘Trip & Trek’ Excursions explore our more distant regions. Take the hassle out of endless research and be part of a trip with a trek that leads you to what’s best on offer, with accommodation in outstanding places of character and scenic beauty. 

Just enquire about any multi-day excursion with your preferred dates. Upon confirmation and your deposit, we’ll arrange your accommodation preferences. You can decide either to make this a private tour at the price for the number in your party, or opt for us to advertise those dates for others to book into. Another booking for these dates will reduce your costing. Please note that a minimum of two people is required to ensure the tour goes ahead (or for one person to pay the price of two).

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Perthshire's Golden Ring

2 days 

Cost: £290 per person for 2 days, inc admissions. Excludes accommodation and food.

This 2-day tour takes in the best of some of the lesser visited parts of Highland Perthshire, climbing to hilltops for their views, treks through big tree country to waterfalls and to shielings - the haunting ruins of summer crofts in the hills. The tour includes visiting a ruined cathedral, a tranquil woodland garden on a hillside, a fine castle, a crannog (pre-historic lake dwelling), an intriguing Pictish stone slab and a wildlife sanctuary in a truly picturesque location.


Speyside spectacular

2 days

Cost £290 per person for 2 days. Excludes distillery tour, accommodation and meals

Enjoy walks in the Deeside and Speyside parts of the Cairngorm National Park  known for their gentler hills, clear rivers and mixed woods of the glens. Speyside boasts of many famous Whisky brands, so a visit to a Whisky shop, museum provides a good introduction to learn about rare and vintage malts and a tour of a distillery to see the process before sampling a dram. Options to explore on foot the many former smugglers’ trails that pass through the hills. A beautiful country B&B offers comfort and quiet retreat with a meal out in a stylish contemporary restaurant.

in the shadow of st columba - Argyll, Mull & Iona

Cost £406 - 981 (depending on 3, 4 or 7 day options)

including ferries, excludes accommodation and meals/drinks

Journeying to the beautiful and unspoilt Argyll coast, the epicentre of the origins of Scotland in Dalriada, we’ll follow in the footsteps of St Columba. This tour traces the saint’s earlier travels, discovering a cave and early Celtic chapels standing in isolated ruined splendour and the ancient Neolithic world of  stone circles and enigmatic cup and ring markers. The tour continues with a visit to the spectacular islands of Mull & Iona and on the long trip, will lead up the Great Glen to a hill fort and Pictish stones.


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Out on the edge with St Donan - the small isles

Cost: £375 - 570 (depending on the 3 or 4 day options)

including ferries, excludes accommodation, meals & drinks.

The voyage to the Small Isles is an experience of truly getting away from it all. The scenery and sense of space is truly exceptional with the mountainous Isle of Rum forming a magnificent backdrop. This compact region has a surprising contrast of scenery from wild mountains to gentle green islands, all superbly set off and isolated by the moody Atlantic.  The ‘St Donan’ title is included as Eigg was the island Donan chose to establish an early Christian community which paid the ultimate sacrifice when Donan and his 52 companions were martyred by Picts.

The Isle of Skye Experience

4 days

Cost: £538 includes all ferry costs; excludes accommodation, meals and drinks.


Journey to Skye, taking in the scenic history of the region by way of castles and ancient brochs. Our walks will take in some of the best dramatic mountain scenery along lesser challenging trails. Our road journey circumnavigates most of the island ensuring we see charming ports and rugged coastlines against a backdrop of misty hills and moody seas. The return route is via the mainland’s west coast, seeing a good extent of this part of the Highlands.

Wild and Rugged North West

Cost: £564 - 975 (depending on the 4 or 7 day options)

includes a boat trip, excludes accommodation, meals and drinks.

An encounter with the dramatic and wild mountain terrain with an abundance of lochs, waterfalls, and fine beaches. Describing this area will make you run short of superlatives! This tour is carefully put together to ensure a good cross section of walks that will take us into stunning places in this wilderness and to the very far north coast. The mighty Cairngorm Mountains are passed through on this trip and there will be the opportunity to see some of the stunning Pictish stones embossed with mysterious symbols of great artistry.

Length of the Outer Hebrides

7 days

Cost: £1,063 includes all ferry costs. Excludes accommodation, meals and drinks.

If you like expansive horizons and isolated shorelines of white sands backed by wild hills, then this is the tour for you. This itinerary takes in the full length of the Outer Hebrides – the islands out on the edge – and we’ll be travelling and walking on Barra, Eriskay, South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist, Harris and Lewis. Encounters with the gently spoken Gaelic locals makes you aware that you’ve arrived in a different culture. These remote islands out on the extreme edge bring an other-worldly feel. You seem to see everything through a different lens as the light is so special up in these northern latitudes. The absence of trees and vast sea and sky scapes bring a great awareness of unhindered openness. The tour connects with the best scenery, including many fine white sand beaches and the Neolithic history along with the stories of the early Celtic saints among the atmospheric ruins. This is also strongly recommended as a November tour for the mellow quality of the sun riding low near the horizon and the mild temperatures that makes this a special get away from it all when everyone has given up on sightseeing.


Torridon, Loch Alsh & Skye

5 days

Cost: £710 includes ferry and a boat trip. Excludes accommodation, meals and drinks

Basing ourselves in one accommodation slows the pace by not having to pack up each day. This enables us to get to know one region much better and appreciate it more on foot. You will encounter the dramatic and wild mountain terrain of North-West Scotland with its many lochs, sea inlets, mountainous peninsulas, pine woodlands and waterfalls. This region has so much to offer and ranks amongst the top of the finest scenery in all of Scotland As well as a choice of hikes, we will take to boats and see atmospheric ruins in spectacular settings. Noted for its tranquil rural setting and spectacular views, the B&B will provide a place of peace and restoration. Loch Ness and Glen Coe are passed through on this trip.