Find Out More. From 'The Lang Toon' of Auchterarder, discover rural landscapes and follow routes beside farmland, burns or through woodland all to take in the stunning scenery and sounds of the countryside. Points along the way include: You will also get views across to Craigvinean Forest and beyond to Strathbraan and skirt the bottom of Craig a Barns, a popular climbing spot. 3. For walkers who caught public transport there are V Line coach services to Ararat from where there are regular train services to Melbourne. Get creative and add your own photo and text to the front cover of the Trail using our online software. There are many excellent walks in the wider area of Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Rannoch and Dunkeld. Typical duration 3 hours. The route's key attraction is the Scottish Wildlife Trust Reserve at the loch, where there are hides (admission charge) perfect for spotting osprey and an array of other bird life. The giant Douglas firs here are among the tallest trees in Britain. Distance 5 miles (8km). Come face to face with the thunderous Black Linn Falls – best viewed from Ossian’s Hall. Trochry, Dunkeld itself offers a wide range of walks for all abilities, including Birnam Hill, The Hermitage and various walks along the famous River Tay. Plotted with the plotaroute.com route planner. 0000045758 00000 n • Carie Walks & Rannoch Forest • Great Moor of Rannoch www.perthshirebigtreecountry.co.uk Discover the Pitlochry Paths network which covers more than 41 miles of paths, tracks and quiet roads and links Pitlochry with the settlements of Killiecrankie, Moulin and Strathtay. Starting point Car park near Inver (half mile off A822). Inver Path. A beautiful walk or mountain bike route on Atholl Estates' tracks through woodland, past lochs and over moorland, north of Dunkeld. Nestled on the banks of the River Ericht in the heart of Scotland, the Perthshire town of Blairgowrie & Rattray is ideally located for a day trip and or use as a base to explore Central and Eastern Scotland. (Pages 10-11) KINROSS-SHIRE Home to one of Scotland’s most important National Nature Reserves at the foot of the Lomond Hills. 0000008712 00000 n Follow this track up, then along The moderate-going circular route is about 4 miles / 6.4 km and takes around 2 ½ hours to enjoy. Begin the walk from the car park at the north end of Dunkeld off Atholl Street (parking charge). Dunkeld & Birnam Walking & Cycling. Print/PDF Map Share Add to My List. Dunkeld Old Bakery Cottage. Look up! From Dunkeld to Loch of the Lowes and back. 0000005110 00000 n 0000007665 00000 n Craigvinean Forest, Pine Cone Point and the Hermitage are also all part of Perthshire Big Tree Country. Visitors can choose from a selection of stunning walks for all levels of fitness. Walk (Miles): 15 Walk Hours: 7.5 Bus Time to Walk:2.5 Bus Time from Walk: 2.5 Departure time from walk: 1830 Walk Notes . We work closely with Walkinghighlands and personally use their website all the time to plan our own walking adventures. Hamish Clunas included this walk in his “suggestion sheet” for the 2013 Programme and, this outing was included by your Committee. 0000004287 00000 n THE HERMITAGE, DUNKELD. Loch Leven Heritage Trail is a circular path of 13 miles (21 km) linking natural, historic and cultural heritage around Loch Leven. Thirteen miles south of Pitlochry, you will find lleaflet Dunkeld Walks network which offers 8 routes and a total of 36 miles 58Km. The whole route can be a bit muddy. The guide covers the eastern part of the county of Perthshire, with a number of walks in and around the city of Perth, plus hill walks on the edge of the Highlands and the marvellous Dunkeld path network. 0000029842 00000 n Every donation, big and small, makes a huge difference to the work we are able to do to develop, improve and conserve Perthshire’s incredible countryside! For awareness, healing and clarity For quietness, understanding and peace For friendship, conversation … You will walk past and around the famous wall of Dunkeld. The path cuts through towering Douglas … It includes forest and open moorland paths, a steep incline to the Hill's summit with some short rocky sections. Dunkeld to Halls Gap Drive the scenic route through the middle of the Grampians National Park to reach the Northern Grampians township and tourist hub of Halls Gap. Walks Perth, Dunkeld & Blairgowrie (previously published as Walks East Perthshire) has been completely rewalked and revised. Open plan living area. 0000009388 00000 n 0000002215 00000 n 0000004016 00000 n Approximate Length. Crieff Walks. Birnam Riverside Path. It can be boggy in open areas. The path - which is waymarked - begins from the far end of the car park and is signed for the Cathedral as well as the Fiddler's Path. Printed by Us. It includes some uneven track road, narrow and wet sections, several burn crossings, stiles and gates, gentle uphill gradients around the base of Deuchary Hill, and ¼ mile / 500 m of verge walking. This walk takes you up to Mill Dam as for the 2 previous walks. 0000049403 00000 n d�X0(����i �4 �JjP�RFD��*� (���J2�l��5���I�A����7C8��7&~ ��ɔƤ�����I�!�I���6�wo92###�Tq� ��J=��StB Find Out More. This pleasant waymarked walk leads into the lower section of the Hermitage and offers a chance to detour up to Pine Cone Point – a modern folly with a fine view. Now you can follow the trails to discover the same stunning views over Dunkeld and the mighty River Tay. Classification Easy walk. Dunkeld and Hermitage Circular Walk is a 6.3 mile loop trail located near Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross, Scotland that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The path goes past the ancient Birnam Oak, one of the few remaining trees of the Birnam Wood which was made famous in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Starting point Car park near Inver (half mile off A822). 0000055002 00000 n 5 miles/8km. dunkeld and birnam walks leaflet. g�(t8{�摛������������������������2Eʞ��ʞ��ʞ��ʞ���9(��ҟ9(rP��A��"e��9(rP��A��"e��������o�7���������o�7���������o�/�y�™2'�L��bY��_. Birnam Hill Path climbs to King's Seat at the summit at 1,200 ft / 365 m with magnificent views across the settlements below. There are SO many fascinating and beautiful walks across Perthshire. We are sure you will a walk to suit you from this selection. The Grampians National Park (also Gariwerd), commonly referred to as The Grampians, is a national park located in the Grampians region of Victoria. Walk through towering Douglas firs to the folly of Ossian’s Hall, and gaze over the falls. Winter in Perthshire brings sparking white trees and soft blankets of snow to the hills, transforming favourite walks and views into a magical winter wonderland. Past breathtaking views and red gums. Another path in Craigvinean Forest with great views. 0000194818 00000 n Lace up your boots and get set to explore the Grampians region's spectacular natural beauty on foot. At the top end of Mill Dam take the track, L, through a gate and then uphill. Dunkeld Walks are well known locally and being varied, interesting - some with beautiful glens and others with fabulous views over the local highland landscape. The landscape today is a testament to the poet Robert Burns, who inspired the 4th Duke of Atholl to plant the once bare river banks resulting in the beautiful woodlands you see today. Dunkeld Path Network brochure is excellent, at only costs £1 from the Dunkeld, and Pitlochry VICs (Visit Scotland Information Centres). 0000006550 00000 n Typical duration 3 hours. The path is about 10 miles / 16 km, taking about 6 ½ hours to walk. Smart Phone for Pitlochry walks information. The onsite accommodation comes with sweeping views of the Southern Grampians. Dunkeld Arboretum Working Bee @ 8.30am 16 17 18 Dunkeld Art Group @ Off The Rails 1pm- 4pm 19 20 Dunkeld Museum Guest Speaking @ 7.30pm 21 Grampians Golf Club Red Cross Day Closing date for Newsletter issue 10 22 GDNFC Goods & Services Auction @ Sterling Place 23 24 DPA Monthly Meeting @ Sterling Place 25 Dunkeld Art Group @ Off The Rails Smart Phone for Pitlochry walks information. Today, our walk takes us into an area of Perthshire where your Club has not been for a number of years. Rate this walk. Walking Pine Cone Point Trail Weave your way through the forest to a unique shelter with spectacular views over the River Tay. Melbourne to Hamilton, via Dunkeld — 3.5 hours Melbourne to Horsham — 3.5 hours Adelaide to Horsham — 4.5 hours Adelaide to Hamilton — 5.5 hours Twelve Apostles to Dunkeld — 2 hours Travelling by train/bus/plane There are many public transport options operated by Public Transport Victoria including rail service to Ararat, Horsham 0000002747 00000 n 8���MF���mj��1��ݖ%o���0lgqb���߱F�ؑ+�"@v�A�=�]n ��ߡ��R��w&��[��"V�ă�~O8�''�,"65 There is a standard £3 car park charge regardless of how long you stay for, which is bit steep if you are only an there for less than an hour. The circular route is about 5 ½ miles / 9 km, taking about 3 hours on foot to explore. Take the turning from the A9 into Dunkeld, you will pass a turning on the left and Ferwaldon is located on the right-hand side almost immediately after is a pedestrian crossing, clearly marked with our for sale sign. It meanders through woodland and hillsides between Loch Ordie and Mill Dam — a fantastic place to rest on one of the sculptured seats and see if you can't spot fallow deer and mute swans. 5 miles/8km. Classification Easy walk. It's great for an idyllic getaway with plenty on offer for those seeking adventure, breathtaking scenery or simply to relax and unwind. 0000206306 00000 n Print/PDF Map Share Add to My List. This is a short, steady hike that leaves you on top of the outcrop called King’s Seat. This walk is about 3 ½ miles / 5.4 km and is suitable for most abilities, with benches dotted along the riverbank. 0000120015 00000 n Dunkeld [dead link] is a village in the Highland part of Perth and Kinross, Scotland, on the east bank of the River Tay (which here makes an S-bend, so it becomes the north bank. 0000008136 00000 n PLEASE NOTE the School Lane adjacent to the property is one-way and it is not permissible to park Enjoy this riverside walk past the historic Dunkeld Cathedral, where you can read about the Parent Larch, and Dunkeld House Hotel, whose grounds host the Dunkeld House Tree Trail. 85m. Walks beside the River Tay and to lovely falls. Craigvinean is a spectacular woodland full of wildlife like red squirrels, pine martin and an assortment of bird life. Highlights eight way-marked trails, including a map, covering a total of nearly 36 miles of paths and tracks in the countryside surrounding Dunkeld… Across Jubilee Bridge, admire Niel Gow's Oak where the famous fiddler composed many tunes. Andy Barrie mapped his hike around Bamff Estate on komoot. Find out more. Nestled on the banks of the River Ericht in the heart of Scotland, the Perthshire town of Blairgowrie & Rattray is ideally located for a day trip and or use as a base to explore Central and Eastern Scotland. Dunkeld and Birnam walks system and is now marked with an inscribed and sculptured oak bench. Address:The Cross, Dunkeld, Scotland, PH8 0AN Tel:Park your car in Dunkeld and use the town as your walk base. Weekend walks: meet at the Information Centre, Dunkeld at 8.00am. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Active Travel Project. Distance 5 miles (8km). 0000154444 00000 n This easy-going circular route is about 3 miles / 8 km and takes about 3 hours to explore on foot. Dunkeld Vill A9 To Perth Walks & Views Castles & Gardens Bolfracks Gardens Cluny Gardens Drummond Castle Gardens Blair Castle Gardens Castle Menzies Stirling Castle Ben Nevis & Glen Coe A82 Tyndrum Loch Awe & Oban Crianlarich To Glasgow Golf Courses G Mains of Taymouth - G Pitlochry- … Tourists usually prefer the easy walking tracks, with low slopes and well worn tracks. The walk follows parts of the Grampians Peaks Trail from Mount Zero via Halls Gap and south to Dunkeld and includes walking on the unique western side of the mountains, portions of trail that will one day be part of the Grampians Peaks track. It includes some forestry track, field and drive walking. trailer <<2E03D9318A5D4D6D89F6E0D43E27390A>]>> startxref 0 %%EOF 137 0 obj <>stream Dunkeld, Blairgowrie and Glen Shee Historic Dunkeld - once the ecclesiastical centre of Scotland - is a gateway to the Highlands when approaching from the south. 0000009923 00000 n It includes some minor road walking, two bridges, several gates, a gentle climb through woodland and muddy bits after rain. The route is about 4 ¾ miles / 7.5 km and crosses the A923. Walk down Dunkeld's main street and visit local shops and cafes before tucking into a decadent meal at the acclaimed Royal Mail Hotel. The Grampians Pinnacle walk created by Victoria Walks. Online Information PDF Download Local Visitor Information Printed Information: The Dunkeld & Birnam Path Network leaflet gives a great overview of all the paths available in the area and is available for purchase from Visitor Information Centres. Continue along the path to Ossian's Cave and Rumbling Bridge, which crosses a deep chasm where the river cascades into the gorge. The multi day walk is currently being constructed to showcase the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park and will be completed in December 2020. Follow the yellow waymarkers for this walk (part of Dunkeld path network). You will find them all here. The whole route is about 6 ¾ miles / 11 km and takes about 4 hours on foot. The path cuts through towering Douglas firs … Point at a map of Scotland and Kinloch Rannoch is right in the very centre. Dunkeld and Birnam Walks – Explore Pitlochry. Dunkeld - The Hermitage, Perth & Kinross. H�\�ݎ�@��y������P]5$��љċ�ɺ� �C2A����g2�����ʯN,��~��٥?��9�ٝ����u�MMp�p��d���k�ϻ峹�c�����:�˾? Personalised by You. Follow this track up, then along the edge of a field (often muddy) and into conifer woods. Plenty catering establishments within walking distance. 0000001664 00000 n 0000131937 00000 n "Its a nice stroll down the river bank to see this nice old lady and to think back to when this tree was just a small sapling shakespeare was writing his poetry and has seen the 1745 rebellion and two world wars." and short walks to view Aboriginal rock shelters. Set in some of Perthshire's finest scenery, there are numerous woodland walks, lochs and a wide variety of outdoor pursuits available. IU��W|x���{ش�1}����%�t){ڷ�y7ߟbͿ��cp�r��L3��:�M����*������k������,;���zJ���,^"?���%�o�[�����_#���%rN���S�O�!o�o�(Y k��ZA��,d{�+Y�F60g�"t8�B~sF���3 The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips. Crieff is a bustling country town set amidst magnificent Perthshire scenery. Dunkeld Arboretum Walk - 2 km return, 40 mins, Easy. A really peaceful spot for being in the centre of Dunkeld. Indeed, Dunkeld larches can be found in ... Dunkeld House estate lies at the gateway to ‘Highland Perthshire’. 0000005911 00000 n 0000008828 00000 n Dunkeld 6 miles. 0000001565 00000 n There is nowhere better in Scotland to take in the glorious colours of autumn than Perthshire. 1.5 miles/2.5km. Birnam Glen and Rumbling Bridge A lovely path with a burn, native woodland and rolling farmland. Car Pool arrangements will be organised from there. This walk explores the rolling countryside on the north side of Dunkeld and meanders through coniferous and deciduous woodland to the Loch of the Lowes. Shoppers at Aberfeldy’s Co-op have successfully raised over £5,000 towards better access to the stunning countryside around the town! Creagan Loisgte. The route returns along the banks of the mighty River Tay, passing Neil Gow's Oak and through the hamlet of Inver. Read more. Move through some of the most awe-inspiring wilderness in the state on a short gentle stroll, or settle in for a full- or multi-day adventure. 8 Cathedral Street, in DUNKELD Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2 An end-terrace ground floor flat. Dunkeld and Birnam Walks – Explore Pitlochry. Online Information PDF Download Local Visitor Information Printed Information: The Dunkeld & Birnam Path Network leaflet gives a great overview of all the paths available in the area and is available for purchase from Visitor Information Centres. A route around Birnam An easy route with a very short stretch of road. Culturally, the area also has a vibrant community spirit and arts scene. Pitlochry, Dunkeld, Aberfeldy and Blair Atholl have their own dedicated walks with superb Way Marked Trails. Guide map to Tay Forest Park (PDF 5.6MB) Walking trails. One of Scotland’s Great Trails, the Cateran Trail is a fully waymarked, 64-mile (103 km) route through Perthshire and the Angus glens in the heart of Scotland. 0000003327 00000 n Thirteen miles south of Pitlochry, you will find lleaflet Dunkeld Walks network which offers 8 routes and a total of 36 miles 58Km. Length 6.3 mi Elevation gain 1,053 ft Route type Loop. No Height Provided. The most abilities path to Pine Cone Point includes steep incline. There is an abundance of birdlife along this route too keep an eye and ear out for, including black grouse, osprey, merlin, short-eared owls and hen harriers. 0000004839 00000 n The Pitlochry Walks leaflet is available from the Pitlochry Visit Scotland Information Centre (Tel: 01796 472 215), for a cost of £1. Route map for 'Kirkmichael-Dunkeld' - a 22.7km walking route near Kirkmichael, UK. The walks on offer include a forest and waterfall walk to a gem of a distillery. 18.6 miles/30km. Falls of Acharn. Pitlochry walks Leaflet details signed trails in and around Pitlochry, 41 miles of paths on quiet roads and tracks, which link Pitlochry with Killiecrankie, Moulin and Strathtay, include a route to the summit of Ben Vrackie the mountain behind Pitlochry. Explore over ten miles of waymarked paths around the tranquil village of Kirkmichael set in idyllic countryside 13 miles from Blairgowrie and 12 miles from Pitlochry. %PDF-1.4 %���� It straddles the Highland Boundary Fault where the rolling Lowland landscape meets majestic Highland terrain. Read more. Near to nature reserve and spectacular walking. Dunkeld & Peaks Pilgrim Walks Silence – Friendship - Reflection Join us for a Camino style walk – An old way in an ancient landscape, Connecting with earth and all beings. Fungarth. There are fantastic views of both mountains and gentle farmland. Good access to the surrounding Perthshire countryside. We will give you a link so that you can instantly download a PDF file of your Trail to print at home. Located on Old Ararat Road the Dunkeld Arboretum, which covers over 18 ha, was a community project based on the old Water Reserve. Find Out More. Breathe in the earthy woodland and tang of pine needles as you wander along the banks of the River Braan. 0000052052 00000 n Dunkeld Visitor Hub and Township Zone Overview Context and Journey Michael Smith and Associates • The Grampians and Grampians Peaks Trail • Provides a multitude of scenic and cultural experiences from Aboriginal rock art, eel traps, short walks to waterfalls and scenic features to longer walks The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips. x�b```c``y"eb@ !V�(G�A�0�t3����W10��^�#3E�� It is a picturesque and historic little town of many independent shops and old buildings, and enjoys a fine setting on the banks of the Tay, Scotland's grandest river, clothed with magnificent woodlands. Forests, follies and a famous fiddler's tree! 0000154729 00000 n More. Easy access to local amenities. Follow it as it curves left around the foot of Stanley Hill, then keep slightly right at a fork to head towards the Cathedral - whose tower is visible. Woodland walks through a spectacular gorge feature natural waterfalls. This new, revised edition of 25 Walks: Highland Perthshire describes 25 walks in the varied and beautiful area between Killiecrankie, Kenmore and Dunkeld. Lawned garden with patio. Next to the River Tay and the Dunkeld Cathedral. Find out the top 5 walks that must be experienced by absolutely everyone. Height gain 195m. The larch on Kennel Bank are a key part of the hybrid (or Dunkeld) larch story and have an interpretive panel, while there are a number of stands designated as seed collection areas due to … Facebook; The Grampians walks finish on day seven in Dunkeld at the end of the Grampians Peaks Trail. 0000005797 00000 n Wide, firm and largely smooth gravel surface, with some slightly uneven sections. 95 0 obj <> endobj xref 95 43 0000000016 00000 n Dunkeld - The Hermitage, Perth & Kinross. 0000049151 00000 n There is a short section alongside the road. This walk takes you from the peaceful and beautiful block of land where Dunkeld Delights is situated. Salmon leaping and dear rutting add to the seasonal sights and sounds waiting to be discovered. 0000154162 00000 n We were disgusted at the OVERVIEW OVERVIEW. Read more . Approximate Length. Birnam Hill is home to roe deer, black grouse and capercaillie. Approximate Height Gained. Around the route's southern end, take a short detour to Stair Bridge – a folly with a breath-taking view towards of Perth. Weekday walks: meet at the Information Centre, Dunkeld at 9.15am for a 9.30am start. Home of Big Tree Country, the whole area blazes with reds, oranges and golds as the leaves turn. Walking Pine Cone Point Trail Weave your way through the forest to a unique shelter with spectacular views over the River Tay. Height gain 195m. 0000003439 00000 n Allean Forest, Faskally Woods, the Pass of Killiecrankie and Queen's View - the most popular tourist site in Perthshire - combine for an unforgettable day out in Perthshire Big Tree Country. Walk among the giant Douglas first in the sheltered woods along the River Braan to Ossian's Hall in The Hermitage from where you can admire the impressive Black Linn Falls. Dunkeld and Birnam Walks offer great opportunities to discover many of the natural inhabitants of the area. A destination in itself, the restaurant sources fresh produce locally and from its expansive organic kitchen garden. This is an easy waymarked circular route that follows a lovely stretch of the … Pitlochry walks Leaflet details signed trails in and around Pitlochry, 41 miles of paths on quiet roads and tracks, which link Pitlochry with Killiecrankie, Moulin and Strathtay, include a route to the summit of Ben Vrackie the mountain behind Pitlochry. Can be muddy. the hermitage, dunkeld This National Trust for Scotland property is a great choice for an autumnal walk. Report improper content. Atholl Woods A wonderful variety of woodland, open country and small lochs. This offers six way marked routes varying in range from one mile to ten miles. Bring: water, snacks, lunch for longer walks, basic first-aid kit, sunscreen, hat, wet weather gear. Great facilities with excellent standard of cleanliness. Registered Office: Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5GD, Perthshire Conifer Conservation Programme, Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Route, Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Consultation - Survey Responses, Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Route - Background Information, Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Route - Update, Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Active Travel Route - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Download the Dunkeld Paths Network leaflet, Dunkeld House Hotel reaches £50,000 milestone for Perthshire’s trees, Aberfeldy countryside receives over £5,000 from the Co-op, Cally Loch, a wee loch at the start (or end) of the walk. Serving as an ideal base for the outdoor adventure seekers, bush walks are literally at your doorstep plus you are in walking distance to cafes, the Royal Mail Hotel, arboretum, museum, swimming pool and much more. There are a total of eight way-marked trails, covering a total of nearly 36 miles of paths and tracks in the countryside surrounding Dunkeld, Birnam, Inver and . This strenuous-going circular route is about 4 miles / 6.4 km and takes about 2 ½ hours to explore. Ten paths from 3 to 12 miles including low level riverside and woodland paths, higher routes around Loch Ordie and climbs to viewpoints such as Birnam Hill. Keep your eyes out for roe deer, salmon, goosanders, herons and white-bibbed dippers. Starting in Perth city centre, the route follows the River Tay upstream into the heart of the remote Perthshire hills and countryside as it meanders through the regions historic towns and villages. The Birnam Arts Centre boasts a burgeoning reputation offering a diverse Starting from Birnam, this route is well sign-posted but take care to descend in the right direction. The Grampians Peaks Trail when completed, will be a 160km, world-class walking experience. Approximate Height Gained. The path on the other side of the river goes through open heathland and birch woodland. Blairgowrie 12 miles. 0000046853 00000 n "Had a lovely walk along the River Tay to get the oak, some wonderful big … Approximate Length. For those walkers looking for a two-day adventure, the Cateran Mini Trail offers the ideal opportunity to sample some of the best bits of the Cateran Trail over a weekend or for a short break. There are over 700 trees in the reserve, including what is reputedly … The estate is noted for its fine examples of rare trees and particularly its collection of Larches. 0000046591 00000 n LARCH WALK 3 miles / 4 ¾ km Starting Point - North Car Park, Dunkeld. 0000192921 00000 n There is a short narrow tunnel under the A9 which includes a few steps. Springtime in Perthshire is a sight to behold as the frost and snowdrops give way to stunning flora and fauna, including carpets of bluebells and ospreys nesting. There is an abundance of birdlife around the area, so keep your eyes and ears open. Pinch-yourself views. DUNKELD & BIRNAM Enchanting woodlands and historical trees around one of the area’s most picturesque villages. Enjoy views of surrounding hills and straths from Ladywell Plantation and Tomgarrow Wood. This drive has stunning views in every direction. Approximate Length . Find Out More. The home of the Earls of Atholl since before 1529. Now you can follow the trails to discover the same stunning views over Dunkeld and the mighty River Tay. This path circles through the coniferous Atholl Woods on the north side of Dunkeld. Dunkeld and Hermitage Circular Walk is a 6.3 mile loop trail located near Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross, Scotland that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. Blairgowrie Walks. 0000045721 00000 n Dunkeld House Hotel has raised over £50,000 to help conserve Perthshire’s remarkable trees. The dirt Rd of Taylors street leads you to the arboretum where there are many trees to see and a few bodies of water where birdlife is in abundance. Visitors can choose from a selection of stunning walks for all levels of fitness. 0000003290 00000 n A lovely walk through a forest with some of the tallest fir trees in the UK and a picturesque waterfall. It features moorland paths and is mostly on forestry tracks, some of which are access to properties. 190m. The Heart of Scotland Trail is a delightful long distance walk, connecting east and west with a series of river walks, forest tracks, hill climbs and country lanes. One of the most varied paths in the Dunkeld Path Network, Inchewan Path starts near the Beatrix Potter Garden and follows the road alongside Inchewan Burn in the woodland of Birnam Glen. Follow the yellow waymarkers for this walk (part of Dunkeld path network). A short history & guide to walks on the estate . Guide map to Tay Forest Park (PDF 5.6MB) Walking trails. �.4e\��Ă�8�y _ �� O,d� endstream endobj 96 0 obj <>/Metadata 93 0 R/Pages 92 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 97 0 obj <>/ColorSpace<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC]/Properties<>>>/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 98 0 obj <> endobj 99 0 obj <> endobj 100 0 obj [/ICCBased 123 0 R] endobj 101 0 obj <> endobj 102 0 obj <>stream Fungarth Path. (Pages 12-13) PERTH Historic and iconic sites in and around the ‘Fair City’ of Perth. The Pitlochry Walks leaflet is available from the Pitlochry Visit Scotland Information Centre (Tel: 01796 472 215), for a cost of £1. Description. Approximate Height Gained. It follows mostly smooth path or pavement and includes pavement walking across three bridges and a short flight of steps up to Dunkeld Bridge — a Thomas Telford design. Visit the Birks of Aberfeldy, which inspired Scotland's national bard Robert Burns, or Cluny House Gardens – home to Britain's widest tree and a great place to spot red squirrels. Dunkeld is a village in the Highland part of Perth and Kinross, Scotland, on the east bank of the River Tay The village of Birnam is on the opposite bank, connected by the Telford Bridge. )The village of Birnam is on the opposite bank, connected by the Telford Bridge.. Dunkeld Walks. Explore walks and paths: Highland area > Dunkeld path network; Find out changes to our services and advice in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dunkeld path network Path information . Crieff is a bustling country town set amidst magnificent Perthshire scenery. This walk takes you up to Mill Dam as for the 2 previous walks. Dunkeld is an excellent location for walking much of Perthshire with eight local Dunkeld walks, ranging from 3 to nearly 7 miles, total 36 miles in all. 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