Please note that although the majority of these walks are gentle and suitable for most abilities, the mountain walks are not. Ben More should only be tackled by competent hill walkers in good weather conditions. All distances given include the return journey and are approximate.
3 ½ miles - Kenmore to Acharn via the Queen’s Drive
So called because it was used by Queen Victoria while staying at Taymouth Castle during her honeymoon, passes the Falls of Acharn and the old Hermitage. Return along the lochside road. Visit the Crannog on Loch Tay.
- 3 miles - To Black Rock View Point. GREAT VIEWS.
- 3 miles - To the T.V. mast (look out for Capercallies which nest in the area)
- 10 miles - Around Drummond Hill
- 6 miles - Turn right after the Black Rock to join the circular route above
- 2 miles - Forest walk east to Dalerb and return
Kenmore to Amulree
E ither by foot or by car part of the way. Alternative route via Aberfeldy. (18 miles to Amulree and back or 28 miles if returning by Aberfeldy.
3 miles - Aberfeldy.
The Birks o` Aberfeldy, immortalised by Robert Burns, lovely walk.
2 miles - Aberfeldy - Weem Rock.
Follow directions from General Wade’s Bridge in Aberfeldy to walk car park. VISIT HIGHLAND SAFARI LODGE, THE HOUSE OF MENZIES AND CASTLE MENZIES WHILE YOU ARE THERE
8 miles - Strathtay to Pitlochry.
Follow directions from Strathtay
7 miles - Ben Lawers (3984ft/1214m)
Access from Killin road (A827) with parking at The Visitors’ Centre
6 miles - Schiehallion (3554ft/1083m)
Take B846 towards Kinloch Rannoch, for 5 miles then turn left for 3 miles and car park is on the left hand side
5 HARD miles - Ben More (3852ft/1174m)
28miles drive on A827 via Killin and A85. Parking 2 miles before Crianlarich
6 miles – Kenmore to Aberfeldy along the river, lovely new walk.
3 miles – Kenmore to Taymouth Castle
Returning along the back of the 1st tee – pass the Castle and follow the road down the 1st tee, cross the bridge and turn right onto the track, follow track and it will bring you out at the 9th green.