There are a number of great walks in the Pitlochry area. Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Rannoch and Dunkeld have some of the best Way Marked Trails in Scotland.
If you are looking for a Walk Guide – have a look at Walk Scotland who are based in Pitlochry, with extensive walking knowledge of the whole area and indeed of Scotland.
Dunkeld and Birnam Walks
Dunkeld and Birnam walks leaflet Highlights eight way-marked trails, including a map, covering a total of nearly 36 miles ofRead more » READ MORE
Falls of Acharn
The Falls of Acharn,circular walk which will take you about 1hour. You will see the upper and lower falls from specially constructed viewing platforms READ MOREAddress:Aberfeldy PH15 2HT
Drummond Hill Walk is 4.5 miles long with fabulous views from Black Rock viewpoint over Kenmore. READ MORE
The Birks of Aberfeldy
A 1.5 mile circular walk along the Moness Glen, just outside the town of Aberfeldy. The waterfalls are a feature of the hanging glen, made famous by Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns, who wrote the poem ‘The Birks o’Aberfeldie’ in 1787. Highly recommended for those who are agile. READ MOREAddress:Moness Burn,, Aberfeldy
The Clan Trail & Carrie Woods
Follow the posted route around Loch Rannoch to find out about the Clans who used to live in the glen. READ MORE
Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder
Pitlochry is known for its fish ladder, where annually 5,000+ salmon pass each year, to spawn. The fish ladder has 34 pools and 2 observation windows. READ MORE
The Hermitage is home to Ossian's Hall, a spectacular building, built to impress, originally lined with mirrors, with a large door to hide the view. When the door was opened the sight of the falls tumbling over the rocks was spectacular and the noise a great surprise, the mirrors made the waterfall even more spectacular. READ MOREAddress:Dunkeld PH8 0AH
Edradour Black Spout Pitlochry Walk
A sixty metre (190ft) waterfall, through oak woods to the picturesque Edradour Distillery. A popular 3 mile (4.5Km) circular walk from the centre of Pitlochry via Black Spout Waterfall to Edradour Distillery and back. READ MORE