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We explored Scotland’s mighty land bursting with pride and stunning wild landscapes. It’s rolling green hills, wide open views and undulating coastline created the perfect foundation for an off-road adventure in a Land Rover Discovery.

HISTORIC LANDSCAPES AND HERITAGE

Our adventures have taken us to the vast and varied landscapes of Scotland. Where rolling hills, wide open views, staggering coastlines and rugged mountains provided the perfect stage for an off-road adventure in the Land Rover Discovery.

Scotland. A land bursting with pride and rich in history. And stunning, wild landscapes to take your breath away.

A land tailor made for the Land Rover Discovery.
On the picturesque banks of Loch Butterstone we found forest tracks perfect for honing off-road driving skills.

Driving through the rugged Atholl Estate, fording streams and along forest trails led us to the ideal spot for a traditional Land Rover picnic – laid out on the tailgate, watched by a rare blue hare and a leash of young deer.

The Auchnafree Estate with its 12,000 acres of hills and crags, tarns and scattered ruins proved a tough testing ground for the Land Rover Discovery’s awesome capability. Here we were able to really put the vehicle through its paces, under the watchful eye of golden eagles riding the evening thermals above.

The final drive to Gleneagles provided picture postcard views of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs and the promise of some much needed rest and a taste of Scotland’s legendary hospitality.

Scotland. An adventure as inspiring as it was spectacular.

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