Green Tourism grading Gold
Back to Search Results

C-N-DO Scotland

Tour Operator

Address
C-N-DO Scotland
33 Stirling Enterprise Park
Stirling
Stirlingshire
FK7 7RP
Scotland
Telephone (01786) 445703
Visit website

Independent & Guided walking holidays, outdoor Skills Courses in Scotland

C-N-Do Scotland – Inspiring Adventures since 1984

2014 GREEN TOURISM GOLDSTAR AWARD WINNER – TOUR OPERATOR

For Scottish walking holidays and wildlife experiences to remember, Scottish walking holidays for connoisseurs of the best of Scottish walking, good food, great laughs, a palette-full of panoramas, wildlife and new-found friends.

Our ethos has and always will be – small and sustainable, care and empathy for our environment, sympathetic and informal but highly professional leadership, a desire to share our knowledge of Scotland,all it’s natural things and that something extra special to make the whole walking experience enjoyable and fun. Travelling slowly through the landscape is best way to be at one with it.

Why you’ll love coming with C-N-Do Scotland

– We’re Scotland’s longest established walking tour operator, since 1984
– We use only fully qualified, passionate & highly knowledgeable walking leaders
– Your payments are protected under the rules of the EC Package Travel Regulations
– We’re committed to low impact, environmentally sensitive tourism
– We’re the first Scottish walking tour operator to achieve a Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award

Our Environmental Ethos

Our world is for life so let’s leave a small & green footprint – have a look at how we try to act. Our Carbon Offset scheme with the National Trust for Scotland is now available for anyone to support. C-N-Do will be donating the equivalent to our annual mileage for all our activities.

Visit C-N-DO Scotland

Photo Gallery

Click a thumbnail below to view the enlargement

Directions

From Stirling Train/Bus station on foot

– Exit station, turn left.
– At traffic lights under Thistles Shopping Centre, cross to opposite side of the road.
– Continue in the same direction. At roundabout descend to underpass.
– Turn left across the pedestrian area in middle of roundabout.
– After 2nd underpass swing left.
– After next underpass turn right on to Kerse Road (KFC on your left).
– Cross railway bridge.
– At roundabout turn left into Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
– Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Callander, Perth & the North

– (Follow A84 across M9 motorway. At roundabout take 2nd exit. Follow route from * below).
– At Junction 10, take slip road left for A84 toward Stirling.
– At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto A84.
– *Pass through 4 roundabouts, remaining on A84.
– At roundabout with clock in centre, take 2nd exit onto A9.
– At (Craigs) roundabout, take 2nd exit onto A905 / Kerse Road.
– At roundabout, take 1st exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
– Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Loch Lomond & the West

– Follow A811 and cross the A9 motorway.
– At roundabout, take 2nd exit, remaining on A811.
– At traffic lights turn right.
– At next traffic lights turn left.
– At 2nd (Craigs) roundabout take 4th exit onto A905 / Kerse Road.
– At roundabout, take 1st exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
– Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

From Glasgow, Edinburgh & the South

– Follow M80 to exit at Junction 9 signed to Stirling.
– At roundabout, take 4th exit onto A91.
– Pass through 2 roundabouts.
– At next roundabout take second exit (right) remaining on A91.
– At next roundabout, take 1st exit onto A905.
– At roundabout, take 2nd exit.
– At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto Springbank Road (Aldi & Farmfoods on the corner).
– Continue to the end over speed bump. 33 is 2nd unit on left side of the building.

Green Search