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Highland Perthshire

Pass of Killiecrankie

The Pass of Killiecrankie is a steep-sided wooded gorge famous for its Jacobite history and together with the nearby Linn of Tummel waterfall it provides a low-level route which is not to be missed. 

Ben Vrackie

A family friendly 800m high peak above Pitlochry, Ben Vrackie encapsulates walking in the Highlands in one day.  A moorland path, passes a small lochan before climbing steeper slopes to the summit cairn.

The Hermitage, Dunkeld

Local walking trails lead from banks of the River Tay to the Hermitage.  An 18th century folly gives impressive views of the Black Linn Falls on the River Braan and the return can include Macbeth's Birnam Oak. 


Schiehallion is also known as the Fairy Hill of the Caledonians and an experiment took place on its slopes in 1774 to calculate the weight of the earth.  At 1083m high with a rocky summit this is a popular first Munro. 

Mill Dam and Loch Ordie

The area north of Dunkeld contains a network of paths to a series of attractive lochs set amongst forest and moorland.  Mill Dam is home to a family of beavers and Loch Ordie was visited by Queen Victoria.

Ben Lawers Range

For a longer mountain day the Ben Lawers range is highly recommended.  There are 7 Munros in the main range and  the neighbouring Tarmachan ridge is well worth exploring.  An adventure for everyone. 


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