Welcome to Breadalbane

Breadalbane is the ancient, the majestic, and, best of all, the undiscovered heart of Scotland. From whichever direction you arrive, Breadalbane unfolds before you in all its glory, as its lochs stretch into the distance, its mountains reach for the sky, and its landscapes offer hidden riches of nature and history.
You can access it all on a network of quiet roads, paths and cycling routes which weave their way through our countryside - a network we call the Rings of Breadalbane. The Rings are your gateway to truly coming to know and love Breadalbane in the same we as we do.
explorer4The Ring of Breadalbane Explorer Bus is the stress free way to discover our extraordinary locations and landscapes.
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Breadalbane Tourism Cooperative launches new brand

The Breadalbane Tourism Co-operative has this week unveiled a new look for the region, claiming the moniker “The High Ground of Scotland”, a translation from the Gaelic name for the area ‘Braghad Albain’, in a bid to capitalise on increased tourism visitors to the region ahead of this year’s...

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The award-winning ‘hop on, hop off’ Ring of Breadalbane Explorer bus is returning for the 2014 season, with routes commencing on the 1st June, running every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday until 19th October 2014, and extending its timetable to include Saturdays during July and August. The Explorer service takes passengers...

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The Breadalbane Walking Rings

The Walking Rings of Breadalbane are an amazing way to discover our ancient landscapes. Young, old, fit, hoping to get fitter, experienced or newcomer, there's something for everyone in this magical land when it comes to walking.

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Ring of Breadalbane Explorer 2014 commences on Sunday 1st June

On 30th December 2013, Scotland’s Transport Minister, Keith Brown, announced £4.2 m worth of funding to be allocated to bus projects across Scotland over the next three years.  The award includes £135,000 towards the funding of the Ring of Breadalbane Explorer bus service for the years 2014 – 2016. This...

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Locals Recommend... Suggestions for day trips on the Ring of Breadalbane Explorer

The following trip recommendations by locals residents and businesses will help you experience the very best of Breadalbane. Click on a trip to view or print.  

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