To send a Booking Request
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:

To ask a Question
You need to be Signed In

Sign In Now

Don't have an account? Create one for free:


Send Booking Request

Trip at a Glance

  • Company


  • Locations

    Perth, Scotland, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Bike Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $1280 USD per person
  • Duration

    5 days (6 nights)

  • Avg Distance

    118 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Sunday 14th September 18:00

  • Starting Location

    Perth. Exact location to be confirmed

  • Price Includes

    6 nights dinner, bed and breakfast, and your guide. Cycle and helmet hire can be arranged at an additional cost of $200 ($250 for electrically assisted bike)

  • Notes

    The maximum distance covered in any day is 32 miles. Your luggage (1 reasonable sized bag) will be carried for you.


  • Marvel over beautiful scenery - lochs and mountains
  • Perthshire is Scotland's 'Big tree country'. On our fourth day we have a choice of routes, including a trip to Fortingall yew which is thought to be the oldest living organism in Europe
  • Visit Huntingtower castle and pass the 'Straw House' in Dunning and Finlarig Castle. We will also stop at the ruins of Mill of Steps from where the Empress of Morocco came
  • Cycle along the Glenogle railway path and enjoy wonderful views looking back over Loch Earn before reaching the 12-arch Glenogle viaduct


Trip Info

Perthshire straddles the Highland fault line which divides the Highlands and the Lowlands. Our first 1.5 days cycling will be in the Lowlands, and after that we will be in the Highlands. Our route will also take us into Stirlingshire.


Your adventure awaits!


Storybikes tours are led by Andy Hunter, an enthusiastic storyteller. Edinburgh tours started in 2008. You can also choose a week long holiday tour. Hearing some of the stories and history helps you be more connected with the surrounding city or landscape.

Leave a Review

Thank you for submitting a review. It will be published shortly.

Join GuideAdvisor Now.
3 great reasons!

I'm a traveler I'm a Guide