Cairngorms

Scotland in January

St. Andrews

Loch Tulla near Bridge of Orchy During 2015 Ian will be working with CIE International as a Tour Manager on a part-time basis. As part of the induction process Ian participated in a Field Trip of Scotland during the last weekend of January. During the trip we visited Loch Lomond, Glencoe, Ballachulish, Inverness, Nairn, Pitlochry and St. Andrews. [...]


Brian, Craig, Jason, Jen, & Sarah’s Tour of Scotland

Glencoe

Brian, Craig, Jason, Jen, & Sarah were visiting Scotland and asked Borders Journeys to organise a day tour where they could experience the history and culture of the country. Leaving Edinburgh our first stop was the 14th century Doune Castle. The castle was built in the late 14th century by the Duke of Albany, Regent [...]


Alber Family’s Tour of Scotland

We welcomed Leo, Melissa, Jessica, Patrick & Barbara Alber from Canada on their first visit to Scotland for a four day private tour. Leaving Edinburgh our first stop was South Queensferry to view the bridges. Travelling through Fife we arrived in St. Andrews where we explored town’s Cathedral, Castle, University Museum and Old Golf Course. [...]


Borders Journeys’ 2014 Leaflet

2014 Leaflet 2

We have collected our 2014 leaflet in time to launch it at Who Do You Think You Are? Live at Olympia in London this week. If you would like copies of the leaflet, please contact us and we’ll arrange to deliver them to you. Contact details: Tel: (+44) 0131 450 7151 or (+44) 07794 021819 [...]


Skiing in Scotland

Skiing in Scotland

Photo copyright of VisitScotland / Scottish Viewpoint On Sunday 1st December the Scotsman published a series of articles about skiing in Scotland. The links below will take you to each article: Cairngorms Glencoe Glenshee The Lecht Nevis Range Snow on offer all year round at Snow Factor Roger Cox: Omens good for glorious snow


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