The “hop-on hop-off” Explorer service runs through spectacular scenery, passing alongside Loch Tay and Loch Earn. The route visits places – and businesses – not covered by other public bus services and links Perthshire and Stirlingshire. Printed copies of the timetable will soon be distributed to local outlets
Explore the magical Rings of Breadalbane
This year the organisers are promoting the magical days out that visitors and residents can enjoy with the bus service, especially outdoor adventures that are otherwise difficult to tackle.
The Explorer enables walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers to enjoy sections of the awesome Rings of Breadalbane as linear routes, walking or cycling between stops. The mini buses used have bike trailers and take dogs.
The Rings of Breadalbane are routes for walking, road cycling and trail biking, along with guides to golf and angling, that allow you explore our beautiful area of Scotland.
Follow these trails, and you'll soon be taking in our glorious lochs, picturesque small towns and villages and fertile valleys - a real discovery of "Bràghaid Alban", the High Ground of Scotland, which gives Breadalbane its name.
The Explorer's circular route connects Crieff, Comrie, St Fillans, Lochearnhead, Killin, Kenmore, Acharn and Aberfeldy and provides easy access to Breadalbane’s shops, cafes and tourist attractions.
Further information can be obtained from the website at http://www.breadalbane.org
If you are planning a holiday here in central Scotland in one of our self-catering holiday cottages, then the Breadalbane Explorer provides a great means of seeing the area and providing car-free days out for the whole family.