The roads of Scotland are quiet away from the cities, they provide us with some of the best driving and scenery in the United Kingdom, we guarantee that you will enjoy the experience of these stunning lanes. Early Bird HPM (HERO Premier member) entry is £4,590. A £750 deposit secures an entry with the balance due on the 15 th Jan 2018.
The Malts gets its name from the whisky distilleries we visit along the way, traditionally we try and site some driving tests at these venues, but we also visit castles, stately homes and attractions en route, the variation is wonderful.
The 16th Scottish Malts, one of HERO’s most popular events, will once again take you through some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery for this Introductory Level five day regularity event. Driving during daylight hours you’ll visit bonnie glens & lochs, stately homes & castles across the whole of Scotland from our start and finish at the magnificent Gleneagles Hotel, with the only 2 Michelin Star restaurant north of the border. During the event we’ll only be using three hotels meaning you won’t be packing your case every morning; so you’ll feel more relaxed whilst reflecting over dinner and taking a wee local dram at the end of the day.
Quiet country lanes that afford stunning vistas – sometimes dreaming that you’re the only car around for miles. Keep a look out for streaming waterfalls, majestic Stags on the hills and the occasional soaring Osprey. From breath-taking mountains to the rugged coastline, you’ll take in the best of our Scotland-only event.
All this combined with just 180 miles per day using straightforward tulip style road books means entries will fill quickly for this hugely enjoyable rally. Some of the highlights: St Andrews with the world’s most famous golf course, a visit to Balmoral after it was ‘snowed off’ on the 2016 event, tackling a compact version the infamous ‘Loch Ness Monster’ regularity section, whilst collecting miniatures from the distilleries en route & enjoying hospitality at some great venues. The basic tests revisit some old favourites and some new locations as well as ‘spinning around the barrels’ at a couple of the distilleries.
The Malts is aimed at a wide range of competitors, the navigation and route are designed to allow those who have never competed before enjoy the challenge and excitement of a truly international event, but still able to test the experienced crews who compete on the event.