To ask about our off road sessions, vehicles, bookings and gift vouchers, please contact:

Angus Maclean
Tel: 01738 851185 Mobile: 07590 435733
ALL MAJOR CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Fir Cottage, Back Row, Aberargie, Perthshire , PH2 9LY
(postal address only, map and directions to the Off Road site are below)
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DIRECTIONS
The Perthshire Offroad Driving Centre and Fishery is situated in the hills, adjacent to Glenfarg approximately 12 miles south of Perth.

The easiest way to get to us is to find the Glenfarg Hotel in Glenfarg village. The hotel is on the B996 main road through the village and is at the junction with Ladeside.

Follow Ladeside, then Church Brae up through the village, past the Church and into the countryside. Ignore the first right turn (to the reservoir) and, after a further 1 and a half miles or so, take the right turn signposted to PATH OF CONDIE. The entrance to the car park is on a sharp left hand bend about 3/4 of a mile from this junction. It is signposted Perthshire Off Road and Fishery. Take the farm track to the car park (300 yards). A Perthshire Off Road 4x4 will collect you from the car park when your session is due to start.
Getting to Glenfarg Village
a) From the North (Dundee, Perth): Leave the M90 at junction 9, Bridge of Earn. Follow signs to Glenfarg (A912, B996). The Glenfarg Hotel is on the right halfway through the village.
b) From the South (Edinburgh): Leave the M90 at junction 8 on the A91. After crossing the motorway take the B996 signposted to Glenfarg. The Glenfarg Hotel is on the left, halfway through the village.
c) From Glasgow area: Find your way onto the M90, either via the A9 to Perth or via the A977 from Kincardine Bridge to Kinross. Follow directions a) or b) above.
If you want to know more of the local roads here for a
Road map showing our location