C-N-Do Aberdeen & Grampian

Hiking Tour

Braemar / Ballater, Deeside, 33 Stirling Enterprise Park, Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK7 7RP

    Great rolling giants of the Eastern Cairngorm mountains, the source of the majestic and endlessly scenic River Dee, provide walking opportunities of all lengths, grades and temptation.

    With an extensive range of spectacular wild passes radiating to and inter-linking other areas of the Cairngorms National Park, through to the Angus Glens and over to Blair Atholl, this is a trekker's paradise only limited by your sense of adventure. Royal and other historic connections make this area a must. Our East Highland Ways and Braemar Mountains trips are but two of a rotating selection of really enjoyable walking tours. Programmed holiday packages include:- Qualified knowledgeable and sensitive walking guide, mini-bus transport from and back to Stirling and as required, plus accommodation. You just need to get to Stirling - gateway to the best of Scottish Walking. From here starts your adventure through Scotland's magnificent north-east highlands. Safety, enjoyment, quality and sustainability are our hallmarks as we explore wild corners and hard to find places of the Scottish Highlands. Our empathy with, and passion for, sustainable tourism has become world renowned since our inception back in 1984.

    In addition there's also a huge selection of really excellent tours in the best walking and hiking areas throughout the rest of Scotland as well, suitable for a wide range of ability from ambly to challenging. Choices include numerous 'Highlands and Islands Discoveries', 'Wilderness Holidays', 'Mountain Raids', and 'Long Distance Trails', plus our all inclusive Highland New Year walking holiday in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a popular speciality. Plus a wide choice of independent self-guided holidays, and bespoke trips to your design, will ensure your stay in Scotland is really memorable.

    A programme of One-day Walks and Courses including the National Navigation Award Scheme, GPS, Winter Skills, Walking Group Leader complement the holiday programme and are also available throughout the year from Stirling. A recent addition to the day programme is Nordic Walking at a variety of locations in Central Scotland.
    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    Special Requirements

    • No Pets Allowed

    Road Directions

    All trips depart Stirling

    From Glasgow/Edinburgh/Perth & North
    Leave motorway at junct. 9. Exit large roundabout on A91(St Andrews). Follow A91 for ~3 mls, at next 3 roundabouts take 2nd, 2nd and 1st exits on to A905 (Stirling). 2nd exit at Broadleys Roundabout, straight through at traffic lights and pedestrian lights. 3rd exit at Springbank roundabout (Ford dealer on lhs), leading to Stirling Enterprise Park.

    From Loch Lomond & West
    Approach Stirling on A811 crossing motorway and take 2nd exit at mini-roundabout. Head into town passing museum and Albert Hall on left and TIC on right.

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- All trips pick up at Stirling rail station which has mainline links to London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, etc. Pick up for Hebrides also available at Inverness rail station.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- Lots of flights to Glasgow or Edinburgh - airport bus to city centre then train to Stirling.

    Getting there by ferry:- All trips depart Stirling - nearest ferry links Rosyth (from Zeebrugge) and Hull (Gothenburg).
    All Hebrides ferry journeys from and to Scottish mainland and between islands are included in the package price.


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