By kind permission of National Trust for Scotland
Brodie Castle lies in the north east of Scotland and its stunning policies has been home to the Brodie family since 1160, until it was taken over by the NTS in 1980. Famous for its daffodil collection, Pictish monument and Macbeths Hillock and set in superb Morayshire farm land, this venue promises a stunning ride and 10km carriage drive.
The ride is around 10km, with riders starting between 10am and 12pm approximately.
Riders to return to start by 5pm — all finishers will receive a rosette and goody bag.
Entries: £20 per rider to be paid on booking.
Entries limited to 100 on a first come, first served basis and must be received by Friday 12 May.
This ride is supported by BHS Highland South.
Download entry form