There are endless possibilities for walking in Perthshire.
Walking in Perthshire
From low level woodland trails to the high mountain tops way over 3000 ft there is somewhere for all. This area of Scotland is a land of dazzling contrasts. From the glorious lowland and highland the variety of sceneryis renowned for outstanding beauty and pretty towns and villages.
Perthshire is easily accessible to the day-tripper from the central belt as well as those tourist wishing to stay longer. For more information on accommodation etc, browse the various pages in this web site.
This area of diverse landscapes has the greatest variety of walking in Scotland. In the Highland glens there are routes beside lochs, along wooded rivers and tumbling water falls. The hundreds of miles of marked trails and many signposted rights-of-way mean there is an enormous choice of walks. And with dozens of picturesque villages it is easy to find a tearoom or inn for refreshments.
Birks of Aberfeldy is a wooded walk alongside the river Moness climbing to the magnificant Falls of Moness.
Glen Artney Very few people live in Glen Artney today and the area is a peaceful haven for walkers.......
Glen Bruar The walk is well signposted and starts from the car park behind the House of Bruar.
Glen Dochart There are numerous places to park and stroll or for longer low level walks.......
Glen Lednock Circular Walk This is a circular path, 4 miles in length starting at the Laggan Car Park crossing the River Lednock at 'Shaky Bridge' before returning along the west side of the River.
Glen Lyon is little known, and less visited, and it is only when you seek it out on a map.....
Glen Ogle The Glen itself stretches for 11km Northwest from Lochearnhead to Lix Toll
Glen Rannoch This guide provides the mountain biker and walker with information on an intended route so they know something of what to expect.
Glen Tilt is a long glen, leading some 11 miles from the broad valley of the River Garry at Blair Atholl, 7 miles north-west of Pitlochry.....
Loch Freuchie lies due west of Amurlee, an easy walk with excellent bird watching.
Weem Wood Walk lies on a steep craggy slope above the village of Weem just to the north-west of Aberfeldy.
Please return to this Walking in Perthshire page from time to time as I add more for you to choose from.