4X4 GUIDED TOURS
& DRIVING EXPERIENCES IN THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS
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Highland All Terrain are based on the iconic Ardverikie Estate
in the Cairngorm National Park.
Set in 48,000 acres of stunningly beautiful Highland Estate
with forest and mountain trails that lead high in to the hills.
From the comfort of one of our vehicles your guide will take a few moments to see what you want from your trip. Whether its wildlife, scenery or a visit to the many locations used during the filming of classics like "Mrs Brown" with Dame Judy Dench and Billy Connoly, hit BBC drama "Monarch of the Glen" with Richard Briars and Susan Hampshire, or the recent Brit Flick "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" with Ewan McGregor, Kristen Scott Thomas and Emily Blunt.
With more than 60 miles of forest and mountain tracks, you will be guided past the majestic Ardverikie House,
through the pine forests, taking in small fishing Loch-ans,
before heading out on the open moorland, home to the large herds of red deer.
Glacial Moraine's line the upper reaches of the River Pattack which winds its way from Loch Pattack to Loch Laggan. Your trip will follow the river past tight gorges and breathtaking waterfalls before ending on the largest inland beach in the UK.
Children £20 (16 and under)
Ardverikie Estate extends to nearly 50,000 acres and with mountain ranges reaching 3500 feet the scenery is breathtaking. Loch Laggan dominates the lower landscape, sitting between the two mountain ranges of Creag Meagaidh and Creag Pitridh with the Scottish Baronial, "Ardverikie Castle" looking out towards "Kings Island".
Ardverikie was home to Fergus Mhor of Dál Riata, and all monarchs of Scotland trace there roots back to King Fergus, James VI of Scotland called himself the "happie monarch sprung of Ferguse race".
King Fergus Mhor, is buried in a burial cairn to the front of Ardverikie House and it is the last resting place of the first five kings of Scotland, dating back to 500AD. Ardverikie translates to "Hill of Fergus".