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Adventure Tours in Scotland with Private Transport

Waterfalls, Woodlands & Whisky

Whisky tasting Unique Adventure Tours Scotland
Unique Adventure Tours Scotland walking up to Steall Waterfall near Fort William
1 Day Waterfalls Woodlands & Whisky Tour

Waterfalls Woodlands & Whisky Tour:

Quick look at the Tour:

This day adventure (Waterfalls Woodlands & Whisky Tour) is for anyone looking to get out of the citys and explore Scotlands stunning nature spots and walking trails – with a visit to Edradour Distillery (claimed to be Scotlands Smallest Distillery).

This private tour see’s you collected from our arranged point and off to our first stop at the Dunkeld Hermitage, a cathedral-like woodland atmosphere as you walk alongside the waterfalls, rapids and swirling pools of the River Braan towards Ossian’s Hall and Bridge, this short stop will give us a chance to wake up after our drive out of the city and breath in the fresh air within the Douglas Firs.

From here we will travel north to Pitlochry and the Black Spout Waterfalls with it’s easy woodland walk on good paths, which winds its way to the Edraour Distillery (You can include a tour of the Distillery for an extra cost on arrival – £12pp). From here it’s back to the vehicle to continue to our lunch stop.

Stopping for some lunch (Packed lunch can be ordered on request – other lunch stops are available) at the House of Bruar in Blair Atholl, take advantage of the Victorian-style glass-covered conservatory, where you can enjoy your meal under the protection of a glass canopy, regardless of the weather.

The afternoon involves a walk up to the Falls of Bruar, A beautiful short but surprisingly strenuous walk with good views of the gorge and falls from two stone bridges and a picnic area.

From here it is time to head home (back to the arranged point of departure/drop off point), and deliver you back to your accommodation for a well deserved rest after a long day.

For all of our Activities see terms and conditions.

No Worries:

  • Transport & Tickets

    Private Transportation (during your whole trip) Collection point TBA.

  • Cost:

    Prices starting from £100.00 per person (group of 5-6).

Some Detail:

  • Food & Refreshments

    Snacks & Soft Drinks Provided on Request.

  • Be Prepared

    You will need good outdoor clothing for mixed weather.

Additional Info:

  • Skill Level - Moderate

    A resonable level of fitness is required as there a 3 seperate walks included in this day.

  • Collection Point

    Covering all major cities in Scotland

Chris your guide and driver at Unique Adventure Tours Scotland

Support Team – Guides

Myself and all guides used are fully qualified and certified to a high standard of skill and safety.

Walking upto the canyon at the grey mares tail in Kinlochleven

What to Bring?

You will need good outdoor clothing for mixed weather. If you have any questions, requests or extras you would like considered, just ask and I will do my best to facilitate – the pick up point is flexible.

Views in the Via Ferrata with Unique Adventure Tours Scotland

One Last Thing…

I am here to make your visit as easy as possible, letting you get the best out of your time in Scotland.

Day Tour Itinerary (Waterfalls Woodlands and Whisky Tour)

A full days adventure enjoying some of Highland Perthshire’s hidden gems, woodlands, waterfalls and walks.

We will get the day going with your morning pick-up from your hotel or arranged collection point (covering all major cities in Scotland) by myself in our luxury minibus.

From here we will go directly to the heart of Scotland, and a morning wake up walk in the Dunkeld Hermitage (Big Tree Country), come face to face with the thunderous Black Linn Falls – best viewed from Ossian’s Hall, Breathe in the earthy woodland and tang of pine needles as you wander along the banks of the River Braan, look out for the totem pole hidden in the woods – and red squirrels darting about in the tree tops.

We will continue travelling north to Pitlochry and the Black Spout Waterfalls for the next stage in our adventure, with it’s easy woodland walks on well managed and maintained paths, winding its way to the Edraour Distillery (You can include a tour of the Distillery for an extra cost on arrival – £12pp). The walk is a circular route and thus leads us back to the vehicle to continue on to our lunch stop.

the day just gets better…

Stopping for some lunch (Packed lunch can be ordered on request – other lunch stops are available) at the House of Bruar in Blair Atholl, take advantage of the Victorian-style glass-covered conservatory, where you can enjoy your meal under the protection of a glass canopy, regardless of the weather.

Our next destination involves a walk up to the Falls of Bruar in Blair Atholl, A beautiful short but surprisingly strenuous walk with good views of the gorge and falls from two stone bridges and a picnic area. It progresses down the steep northern slopes of Glen Garry before discharging into the River Garry at Bruar, three miles west of the village of Blair Atholl – this walk on well managed and maintained paths gives a great view of the falls, but also the local area with its high vanatage point.

With a last chance for some retail therepy in The House of Bruar, it is time to head home (back to the arranged point of departure/drop off point), and deliver you back to your accommodation for a well deserved rest after a long day and time to reflect on the day’s adventure, sights, and sounds.

Option for dinner booking in the local area possible – please advise if required.