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Fortingall Yew Tree / Croft Moraig Stone Circle / St Mary's Church, Grandtully 
Schiehallion - Mount Zion in the far north  

SACRED CONNECTIONS
Guided tours around Highland Perthshire, Scotland

Please note: No tours available for 2014

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Schiehallion ("the Fairy Hill of the Caledonians") which towers majestically above the Perthshire hill line. This magical and mystical mountain is located at the geographical centre of Scotland.

Guided tours around ancient sacred sites in Highland Perthshire, Scotland with historical researcher, Barry Dunford, author of The Holy Land of Scotland: Jesus in Scotland and the Gospel of the Grail (2002) and Vision of Albion: The Key to the Holy Grail (2008). Based in the central Highlands of Scotland, which are steeped in ancient history and folklore, Barry integrates into his personalised tours, twelve years of research into this unique area. Sites include: megalithic stone circles, pictish symbol stones, hermitages, sanctuary stone crosses, ancient celtic church sites and the famous Fortingall Yew believed to be the oldest tree in Europe.

Geographically located at the very heart of Scotland this region abounds with Celtic myth and legend. Many ancient sacred sites and places are to be found here. Central to the area is Glen Lyon which is 32 miles long, the longest and one of the most beautiful and dramatic glens in Scotland. For example, the following sacred sites are all within a 20 mile radius of Glen Lyon: The spectacular Acharn waterfall with a hermits cave nearby.

Local historical researcher, Barry Dunford, author of The Holy Land of Scotland: Jesus in Scotland and the Gospel of the Grail, is available to personally guide you around these and other fascinating places of discovery which date back to the time of Christ and beyond.

The magical and mystical Sacred Land
in Glenlyon, Perthshire.


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A megalithic standing stone known locally
as the "Praying Hands of Mary"


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The conjunction of two fast flowing burns (streams)
in Glen Lyon producing a powerful vortex.



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Another standing stone in Glen Lyon

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