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Loch Ness, Glenfinnan, the Highlands, Glencoe & the Great Glen

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Scenic Highland round trip tour through the Trossachs, Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Glenfinnan, the Great Glen to Loch Ness with photostop & occasional short walks with return route, stops and timings a bit flexible subject to group's wishes & weather

Loch Ness, Glenfinnan, the Highlands, Glencoe & the Great Glen

Sun. 14th April – Loch Ness, Glenfinnan, the Highlands, Glencoe & the Great Glen

Price: £59 per person (based on a minimum number of 4 people on the tour)


Guaranteed pick up/drop off always from the Stirling area, places along the way, anywhere on private tours & outwith the Forth Valley on request depending on distance & booking numbers


  • long distance multi-stop day tour
  • allowing for some limited free time, flexible activities, nature, walks, bens. lochs, monsters & glens, mountain views, wildlife, castles, Harry Potter steamtrain railway viaducts & more

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ItinerarySpectacular round trip to Loch Ness, the Highlands, Glencoe & the Great Glen of Scotland

We travel from Stirling past Doune castle (featured in Monty Python, Outlander, Outlaw King, etc.) into the Trossachs nationalpark and will climb up past the beautiful falls of Leny, Loch Lubnaig and Glen Ogle.

We will have a walk and photostop on the bridge overlooking the scenic waterfalls and the island with the ancient burial grounds of the Clan MacNab in the Highland village of Killin.

We drive near to the West Highland Way long-distance walking path and the West Highland railway line through Crianlarich and Tyndrum with a possible stop towards Bridge of Orchy, Loch Tulla and the Rannoch Moor high plateau with the Glencoe skiresort and spectacular Buchaillie Mhor on our left hand side before we descend into the spectacular valley of Glencoe for a photostop.

Down on the Westcoast past Glencoe village, we enjoy the great views from the Ballachulish bridge across the sealoch of Loch Linnhe and towards Glencoe

Depending on timings we will either travel via Fort William and Inverlochy castle along the Great Glen way

or via the spectacular Corran ferry route

to Glenfinnan from where we will have the most amazing view after a 4 minute walk up the hill towards spectacular Loch Shiel with the Bonny Prince Charles statue and the Glenfinnan viaduct (part of the West Highland railway line/Jacobite steam train or since the film also called the “Harry Potter bridge”)

from where we take a route to Neptune’s staircase along the Caledonian canal to with an option to stop there or at the Spean bridge wooolen mill or if it is a stunning, beautiful day with superb views and requested by the group, there is also the Nevis range mountain gondola,

After a spectacular photostop at the Commando memorial overlooking the Ben Nevis mountain range (Ben Nevis being Scotland’s highest peak at a height of 1345 m / 4411 feet.

We head up through stunning scenery through the deep and steep Great Glen further along the Caledonian canal and along Loch Lochy, Loch Oich before we arrive at Fort August at the southernmost point of Loch Ness for our lunch break, a scenic walk along the canal to Loch Ness with some monster hunting option and our free time to have something to eat, go for a walk/visit the canal centre, Clansman centre or go for a loch cruise (at an extra cost).

Depending on the group’s preferences there are various routes to return back.

Subject to the weather and road conditions, we might take the absolutely stunning rural country road east, stopping at a photo with the Hairy Coos towards Daviot (when there is time and the group is interested in it, there is the option of visiting Clava Cairns/Craig na Dun stone circle – Outlander – and the Culloden battlefiled) and then head south along the A9 with stops at Carrbridge (300 year old military bridge) /Aviemore (when there is time and good weather a visit of stunning Loch Morlich/Cairngorm mountain ski resort past the reindeer centre is an option), etc. in the Cairngorm nationalpark.

We drive past the Dalwhinnie distillery, Blair Atholl castle, Killiecrankie and have some more scenic stops before after a possible stop at the Victorian tourist town Pitlochry and Dunkeld we are heading back to Stirling again.

Loch Ness info

Glencoe info

Loch Ness – Fort Augustus – weather forecast

  • How to enquire, book & pay
  • If you are interested in this tour, you let us know by either emailing, use our enquiry form or text or phone us 07429251980. This also gives you a chance to ask any questions, you may have.
  • Once the minimum number of interested individuals has been reached, we contact everyone, if they still wish to join the tour and are ready to book and pay.
  • Once the minimum number of individuals have paid, the tour is then a guaranteed departure.

  • If the minimum number of seats has not been reached by the booking deadline, any money already paid will be refunded back to you in full


    COVID-19 information

    In recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.

    Contact details

    Unicorn Tours
    42 Bridge Terrace
    (* close to Falkirk, Dunfermline, Stirling & its University; * 45 minutes from Edinburgh, Glasgow & Perth; * just 1 hour from Dundee, St. Andrews & anywhere across the Central Belt)
    FK10 1HY

    Key facilities

    WiFi Wifi
    Accessible Parking and Dropoff Disabled Parking
    Alloa Callander Dundee and Angus Perthshire St Andrews Stirling
    Small Group (1-16)
    English French German
    Castles History Landscapes Outdoor Activities Walking Wildlife

    COVID-19 facilities

    • Advance booking essential
    • COVID-19 measures in place
    • COVID-19 refund and cancellation policy in place
    • COVID-19 risk assessment completed
    • COVID-19 staff training completed
    • Capacity limit
    • Face mask essential (provided)
    • Hand sanitiser available to visitors & staff
    • Staff required to regularly wash hands


    Tour company information

    Unicorn Tours

    * 100s of the best routes to cover every corner of Scotland * Small group Highlands & Islands adventure tours * Personalised, flexible customised tours to suit your interests * Spectacular tailormade, flexible small group adventure & specialist interest 1 day & multi-day tours (nature, wildlife, history, walking, culture, whisky, activities, island-hopping, etc.) & routes all over Scotland, including the most spectacular off-the beaten track routes, where large coaches won't travel * Our maximum passenger number is 8 and so long as social distancing rules are in place 4.

    Opening times

    Monday - Sunday
    6am to 10pm
    (06:00 - 22:00)

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