Crieff shops, eateries and tourist accommodation are now open, and travel across Scotland is possible for riders from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Please see our latest advice for more about current and forthcoming Covid-19 restrictions that affect group tours.
Last updated: 12 May 2021
- Read our latest COVID update on this website.
- Read the latest Scottish Government guidance on Covid-19 Protection Levels.
- Check for current alerts at the bottom of this page.
Please note: We strive to provide correct and up-to-date information on this page. However, in accordance with our disclaimer, we cannot guarantee its accuracy.
Where are we at?
Check the current status of all our routes below.
|COVID-19 Restrictions: Key to symbols|
|This route is definitely CLOSED.|
|We believe this route to be OPEN.|
|Check the Alerts section below for further guidance.|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Braemar|
|Leg 2: Braemar – Nethy Bridge|
|Leg 3: Nethy Bridge – Kinloch Rannoch|
|Leg 4: Kinloch Rannoch – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Tyndrum|
|Leg 2: Tyndrum – Taynuilt|
|Leg 3: Taynuilt – Arrochar|
|Leg 4: Arrochar – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Abington|
|Leg 2: Abington – Peebles|
|Leg 3: Peebles – Kincardine Way|
|Leg 4: Kincardine Way – Crieff|
|Leg 1: Crieff – Alyth|
|Leg 2: Alyth – Newburgh|
|Leg 3: Newburgh – Falkland|
|Leg 4: Falkland – Crieff|
|Little Leaf Northwest|
|Little Leaf Northeast|
|Little Leaf Southwest|
|Little Leaf Southeast|
Alerts, partial restrictions and other Good To Know stuff.
From Monday 24 May 2021, due to Covid-19 outbreaks you can’t travel to Scotland from the following areas of England: