Experience Big Tree Country

The four colourful guidebooks each contain 12 easy-to-follow walks that explore the natural heritage of Perth & Kinross.
They include family walks starting in Aberfeldy, Crieff, Comrie, Kenmore and further afield, as well as mountain climbs up Ben Lawers and Ben Vorlich.
En route discover soaring trees, spectacular views, thundering waterfalls, rich wildlife and intriguing history. See below for a list of walks in the Breadalbane area.
Buy them from local shops (£3.95 each) or get all four volumes from our website at a discounted price (£13).

The start points for all the routes below (except Ben Vorlich) are on the Ring of Breadalbane bus route:
Walks in Strathearn – mainly around Crieff and Comrie
• Knock of Crieff and the Hosh (5.5 miles) – Volume 1
• Water of Ruchill, Comrie (3.5 miles) – Volume 1
• Lady Mary’s Walk, Crieff (3.5 miles) – Volume 2
• Glen Lednock and Monument, Comrie (5 miles) – Volume 2
• Crieff to Comrie (9 miles) – Volume 3
• Laggan Hill and Baird’s Monument from Crieff (6.5 miles) – Volume 4
• Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin (9.5 miles) – Volume 4 [start is off the bus route]
Walks in Strathtay – mainly around Aberfeldy and Kenmore
• Birks of Aberfeldy and Dunskaig (4 miles) – Volume 1
• Ben Lawers (7 miles) – Volume 1
• Kenmore and Drummond Hill (7 miles) – Volume 2
• Aberfeldy to Pitlochry (9.5 miles) – Volume 2
• River Tay and Weem Wood from Aberfeldy (4.5 miles) – Volume 3
• Aberfeldy to Kenmore via Falls of Acharn (10.5 miles) – Volume 4

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walkingringsThe Walking Rings of Breadalbane

Discover walking routes that take you to the heart of our beautiful area, with graded day sections suited to all levels of ability and ambition.

golftrailThere are four 18-hole and five 9-hole courses in the Breadalbane area, plus a 9-hole par-3 course. All of these beautiful courses enjoy spectacular settings and scenery and lie on the "Ring of Breadalbane" circular tourist route.
The Ring of Breadalbane Golf Trail also forms the backdrop to the 2014 Ryder Cup competition.  The 10 courses lie between 10 and 35 miles from the Gleneagles Centenary course where the competition takes place.

Click here to download a pdf with full golf course details.

anglingThe national open season for brown trout fishing runs from 15th March to 6th October. The salmon season varies from river to river. Although there is no national rod licence in Scotland, a permit to fish is generally required.
Within the Breadalbane area you can fish the Tay, Lyon, Earn and Forth river systems plus a number of lochs to the east, south and west.

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