Aberfeldy, Loch Tay and Glen Lyon offer the widest possible choice of walking, from gentle riverside strolls to challenging long distance routes and munro bagging.
A large part of the Rob Roy Way is in our area, taking you from Pitlochry through Strathtay and along Loch Tay to Killin - with the highly recommended option of a diversion via Glen Quaich and Glen Almond, a challenging route, requiring good preparation and equipment.
For a gentle afternoon on the Rob Roy Way, however, the stretches between Grandtully and Aberfeldy, or Aberfeldy to Kenmore, are ideal. Whichever direction you opt to walk in, both offer the enticing prospect of a good meal when you reach your destination.
Of course, it would be hard to talk about walking in the area without mentioning the justifiably famous Birks of Aberfeldy, closely associated with Robert Burns's visit here in 1787, and to this day a truly memorable hour or two beside the Moness burn, with waterfalls, gorges and views a-plenty.