Inchnahome
Personal file © Martin Haworth

St Fillan's Trossachs

From £68 per adult

Departure days

  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F
  • S
  • S

April — October

Book now

This scenic region in central Scotland offers wooded hills and lochs at the frontier of the ancient worlds of Roman, Pict, Strathclyde Britons & Irish saints. Boat trip to an island and a walk to waterfalls in the Trossachs.

Day's Itinerary:

-       Boat trip to Inchnahome, the island priory on Lake Menteith, former Celtic retreat of St Colman.

-       Walk to Bracklinn waterfalls. Grading: moderate ascent up valley with some steps and care to be taken on wet rocks near waterfalls. Distance: 5.25kms. Altitude: 157m.

-       Drive the southern shore of Loch Earn

-    Picnic Lunch - please bring your own.

-       Walk to the ruined Celtic Chapel (site of St Fillan’s 6th century career) and climb the Hill of Dundurn, ancient seat of the warlords of the Fotla Picts. Grading: Moderate, some exposed rock slabs to walk. Distance: 3kms  Height: 70m

-        Glasgow Bound: Return along northern shore of Loch Earn and a tour through the beautiful Trossachs before returning to Glasgow.

-        Edinburgh Bound: Return via picturesque town of Comrie, over the StrathEarn hills to visit the ancient cathedral of Dunblane before returning to Edinburgh.

 

Pickup: 10:00 Drop off: 18:30  

Contact details

Roaming Scotland
Gartgreenie House
Forestmill
Alloa
Clackmannanshire
Scotland
FK10 3QG
Starting
Edinburgh Glasgow City Centre
Length
1
Day
Transport
Driver guide Minibus
Type
Bespoke Private Small Group (1-16)
Languages
English Tagalog
Themes
History Landscapes Walking Walking/Hiking Wildlife

Tour prices

From

  • £68 Per Adult
  • £68 Per child
  • £68 Concession
Book now

Prices are subject to change depending on season

Attractions

Tour company information

Roaming Scotland

We do small group excursions with walks to see the less-explored wilds of Scotland with a focus on its ancient peoples and walking in their footsteps.

Opening times

8am-8pm everyday.

Social Channels

Cookie Policy

VisitScotland uses cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By using our website you consent to our use of cookies. Please read our privacy and cookies statement for more information.