We expect over 100 classic cars to assemble at McDiarmid Park, Perth, home of St Johnstone Football Club, before being flagged off by the Provost of Perth & Kinross, at the podium at McDiarmid Park. They then journey north through rural Perthshire along the banks of Loch Tay and on to Glencoe where lunch will be served at the Isles of Glencoe Hotel.
The return route will be south through Appin to the Connel Bridge, and then east through Taynuilt and Lochawe to Tyndrum and Loch Earn, before finishing at Crieff Hydro Hotel in time for Dinner and the Awards Ceremony, starting at 5.30pm and finishing at 7.30pm.
From McDiarmid Park in Perth
We go west along the A85 to Lochty.
Then north on unclassified roads through Pitcairngreen and Bankfoot to Birnam.
A short three mile run on the A9, then via Dalguise to Grandtully and the A827. Through Aberfeldy to Kenmore, Killin and Lix Toll.
Along the A85 to Crianlarich and then the A82 to Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy and Glencoe.
Arrive at Isles of Glencoe Hotel, Ballachulish, for Lunch
Leave Ballachulish on the A82/A828 towards Oban.
Pass Duror and Appin and cross the Connel Bridge.
East along the A85 to Taynuilt, Lochawe and Tyndrum.
We continue to Lix Toll and Lochearnhead.
Then the A85 through Comrie to Crieff.
Continue on the A85 through Crieff to Hill Street, then Ferntower Road.
Arrive Crieff Hydro in time for Dinner and the Awards Ceremony