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The smart way to reach your next adventure?

Written by Fiona December 16 2009

A Scottish company has come up with a great idea. Go Where will provide bespoke transport for mountain bikers, road cyclists, walkers, kite surfers, golfers, first-time Scotland visitors and, really, any kind of outdoors fan to the best locations in Scotland for all kinds of adventure.

GO-WHERE is all about whisking you and your friends off to some of Scotland’s most incredible locations in a fun, hassle-free and (as far as possible) an environmentally friendly way. Put another way, GO WHERE allows you to skip the tedious and potentially planet-damaging drive. GO WHERE will also transport your luggage or sports kit, too.

Because the people at GO WHERE are also big outdoors fans themselves they also know exactly where you can find the best adventures in Scotland. So if you’re a keen mountain biker, GO WHERE will transport you to the ideal location to suit your particular desire. Perhaps it’s a wild and remote cross-country mountain biking adventure that you’re looking for, or the most scenic coastal walk, or the steepest Munro climb, or the finest sea kayak trip. If you can tell GO WHERE what you’re after then they will transport you – and you luggage – to exactly the right spot in Scotland.

In essence this company is partly about transportation, partly about taking the hassle out of your trip to Scotland and partly about revealing some of the best locations for outdoors pursuits in Scotland. If you want to GO WHERE the best adventures are to be found then it might be worth giving this company a call.

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