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Hillwalking Pitlochry

Walking Pitlochry      Pitlochry Accommodation      Pitlochry Fishing

Some of my walks which are part or near to the Pitlochry area below
Killiecrankie      Loch Faskally      Edradour      Ben Vrackie

Situated at the east of the River Tummel at the junction of Loch Faskally,
Pitlochry is pretty much the most central town in Scotland and is on the main A9 road that links Perth to Inverness.



Hillwalking Pitlochry - Scottish Walks.


The town is now by-passed by the A9, which has led to Atholl Rd, the town's main street, being much less stressful to negotiate. Pitlochry relies heavily on the tourist industry and has its fair share of hotels, b&b's and pubs and is a great place to break up a touring journey of Scotland. However it is not only a stopping off place as there are enough attractions to keep you there for a few days at least. A few distilleries, the Festival Theatre, the Power Dam with its salmon ladder, ice rink and many walks with great views of the area. With excellent fishing and golfing, Pitlochry has it all.

Killiecrankie

Perth & Kinross Village on River Garry, 3m / 5km south east of Blair Atholl, at the head of the Pass at Killiecrankie wooden gorge.
For more details click on my Killiecrankie Walk

The Pass of Killiecrankie
The Pass of Killiecrankie

Loch Faskally

The Faskally Loch and Reservoir can be found at the bottom of River Tummel in Perthshire
For more detail Click on my Loch Faskally Walk.

Loch Faskally
Loch Faskally

Edradour

Perth and Kinross Village which is located 1m / 2km from Pitlochry. Edradour Distillery is the smallest Distillery in Scotland.
For more details click on my Edradour Walk.

Edradour Distillery
Edradour

Ben Verackie

Located beside the Moulin Village, which is located just north of Pitlochry on the road to Edradour Distillery.
For more details click on my Ben Vrackie.

On top of Ben Vrackie looking at the camera
Edradour




This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.