Breadalbane Outdoor Activities Crieff & Strathearn Drovers' Tryst Walking Festival 3851 <p>The Drovers' Tryst Festival celebrates the cattle drovers who made Crieff one of the most important places in Scotland in the 1700s, when the Crieff Tryst in Michaelmas week was the largest cattle market in the land. <br /> <br />The festival is organised by volunteers and offers an 8-day programme of over thirty Perthshire guided walks together with a lively series of social events and a mountain bike race. The walks vary in difficulty but all are enriched by wildlife, plants, trees, history and the company of like-minded people.</p> Aberfeldy Community Putting Green 3847 <p>Aberfeldy Community Putting Green is open weekends during April and May 2015, and 7 days a week during the summer.</p> <p>The putting green offers a kiosk with drinks, snacks and toilets facilities, set near the River Tay and General Wades Bridge - the setting couldn't be more stunning.</p> Taymouth Marina Watersports 3787 <p>Located on the south shore of Loch Tay, Taymouth Marina watersports has something for everyone. With a wide range of watersport activities that you can enjoy with family and friends, it’s the perfect place to get out on the water.<br /><br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Open Canadian Canoes - 1hr £20, 2hrs £30, 3hrs £40<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Double Kayaks – 1hr £20, 2hrs £30, 3hrs £40<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Single Kayaks – 1hr £20, 2hrs £25, 3hrs £30<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Motor Fishing Boats – Half day £40, Full day £60<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUP) – 1hr £20, 2hrs £25, 3hrs £30<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Catamaran Sailing Boat – Half day £40, Full day £60<br />•&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Water Trampoline (8 metres wide with catapult) - 30 minutes £30, 1hr £60 and 2 hours £90.<br /><br />All facilities come with buoyancy aids and there is an option for hiring wetsuits if needed.</p> Culcrieff Golf Club 3619 <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 4pt; line-height: normal;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-family: 'Verdana','sans-serif'; font-size: 10pt;">Culcrieff Golf Club’s </span><span style="font-family: 'Verdana','sans-serif'; font-size: 10pt;">rolling 18-hole parkland course lies above the Strathearn valley. While not actually in the Highlands, it is the highest course on the “Ring of Breadalbane” tourist route, with outstanding views of the nearby hills. It also has a covered driving range and 6-hole par 3 pitch-and-putt course.</span><br /><br /><span style="line-height: 115%; font-family: 'Verdana','sans-serif'; font-size: 10pt;">Par: 68;&nbsp; SSS: 65;&nbsp; 5,011 yards.</span></span></p> Crieff Golf Club 3585 <p>Situated at the gateway to the highlands, the club offers a friendly welcome, and reliable playing conditions throughout the year. The&nbsp; stunning 18-hole parkland Ferntower Course (Par 71;&nbsp; SSS 70;&nbsp; 6,427&nbsp;yds) is complemented by the 9-hole Dornock Course (Par 64; &nbsp;SSS 64;&nbsp; 4,642yds) - an ideal environment for learners and seasoned golfers alike.&nbsp; The layouts were influenced by Old Tom Morris, James Braid&nbsp; and Robert Simpson.</p> <p>Crieff Golf Club also offers: <br />Membership options to suit all golfers; <br />Competitive summer medals and popular winter league; <br />Support from our pro-shop including tuition and equipment; <br />Access to on-line booking system; <br />A fully equipped club house including restaurant and bar facilities; <br />A club full of friendly members and a programme of social activities.</p>