Other useful links for walking and cycling:


Pitlochry Path Network – excellent pdf map
Dunkeld Path Network – excellent pdf map
Walkhighlands  – Pitlochry walks page


Cyclehighlandperthshire – mountain / road routes

Escape Route – a first class bike and outdoors shop in Pitlochry.

‘Skinny Tyres’ – excellent cycle tours and guiding around Highland Perthshire

There is a tremendous amount to do near to our B&B in Pitlochry

While you are staying with us we will be able to provide many suggestions for walks, cycle rides, drives, viewpoints and many other local attractions.  Until then, here are some of our favourite things to do, with links to detailed pages:

Within Pitlochry

  • Walk over the Pitlochry Dam to the fish ladder and hydro museum
  • A night out at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre
  • Edradour Distillery and the Black Spout Waterfall
  • Walk around Loch Faskally to Loch Dunmore
  • A hike up Ben Vrackie – the mountian above Pitlochry
  • Craigower Hill – spectacular views
  • A round of golf at Pitlochry Golf Club Close to Pitlochry
  • The Queens View – see 75km on a clear day!
  • Soldier’s Leap at Killiecrankie (and lunch at the hotel)
  • The Linn of Tummel – a lovely short walk and picnic spot
  • Bungee jump from Garry Bridge

Blair Atholl and Bruar

  • Blair Castle and the big trees in the gardens
  • Hike up Carn Liath in the Beinn a’Ghlo range
  • Blair Atholl Watermill – working mill and tea room
  • House of Bruar – an unforgettable shopping experience
  • Falls of Bruar – a cracking walk up a spectacular waterfall

Dunkeld and Birnam

  • Walk in the Hermitage and coffee at the Big Tree Cafe
  • Osprey spotting at Loch of the Lowes
  • A walk though Dunkeld and a visit to the Cathedral
  • Beatrix Potter at the Birnam Art Centre
  • The Birnam Oak

Aberfeldy and Loch Tay

  • The Crannog on Loch Tay
  • Dewars World of Whisky
  • Castle Menzies and the House of Menzies
  • The Fortigal Yew
  • Highland Safaris – all sorts of fun
  • The Aberfeldy Watermill bookshop and cafe
  • Legends of Grantully – chocolate shop and cafe
  • The Aberfeldy Gallery – one of our favourites

Loch Tummel and Loch Rannoch

  • The Queens View
  • A drive down to Rannoch Station and The Rannoch Forest
  • Treats Cafe in Kinloch Rannoch