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Loch Faskally

Pitlochry to Killiecrankie

The walk climbs out of Pitlochry towards Ben Vrackie before crossing the bealach towards Killiecrankie. There are fine views south on the way up and west and north on the descent to Killicrankie. It then follows the River Garry back to Pitlochry.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
10.6 miles
Beinn a Ghlo from Ben Vrackie

Ben Vrackie, Perthshire

A climb to the summit of Ben Vrackie, above Pitlochry, follows good paths for the whole route. The first part of the walk climbs steadily to Loch a'Choire before steep slopes reach the 841-metre summit. The return is by the route of ascent.
Difficulty:
Strenuous
Distance:
5.5 miles
Carn nan Gabhar : Munro No 32

Beinn a' Ghlo, Perth and Kinross

A challenging route over three Munros (and one associated top) with the possibility of outstanding views all round (These are 'the Misty Mountains' however).
Difficulty:
Strenuous
Distance:
13.4 miles
Mill Dam

Loch Ordie Circular walk via Mill Dam, Perthshire

Part of the Atholl Estate, north of Dunkeld, this 10 mile walk takes you along good tracks. There are some wonderful views and the walk passes a number of picturesque lochs on the way.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
10.2 miles
Dunkeld Cathedral

Dunkeld & Loch of the Lowes, Perthshire

A 6-mile circular walk through countryside around Dunkeld in Perthshire.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
6.3 miles
Ossian's Hall and Hermitage Bridge

Birnam Oak and The Hermitage

This is a pleasant stroll from Birnam along the banks of the River Tay, past some ancient trees, to The Hermitage at Dunkeld. It goes through The Hermitage, past Ossian's Hall and Cave, then loops back round through woodland to Birnam.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
6.5 miles
On the banks of the Tay in winter

Birnam Wood and Murthly Estate, Perthshire

Climb through Birnam Wood via Pass of Birnam to Murthly Estate and return along the beautiful banks of the River Tay.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
7.9 miles
Distant view of the Lomond Hills

The hills above Tullybelton, Perths

A circuit of hill tracks which provides some spectacular views of Perthshire and beyond. You can reduce the distance by nearly two miles by omitting the ‘there and back’ visit to Craig Gibbon.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
8.9 miles
Cargill's Leap

The Ericht and The Knocky, Perth

A ciruit around the western fringes of Blairgowrie which features aspects of local history and a climb to a rewarding viewpoint
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
5.5 miles
The Tay at Kercock

From Ballathie to the Tay, Perthshire

Enjoy one of the area's best known Bluebell Woods, open countryside and a lovely stretch of the River Tay. NOTE - sections in way points 4 & 5 may be overgrown in Summer, which can be avoided by walking in the adjoining field (may be cows here).
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
4.9 miles
Buchanty Spout

From Buchanty to Dun Mor

This quite energetic tour of an attractive part of Glenalmond mixes a variety of watery locations with long hilltop views
Difficulty:
Strenuous
Distance:
7.8 miles
The river at Tayview

Luncarty, Redgorton & the Tay, Perth

This walk takes you through lovely riverside scenery – passing sites of locally historic significance, and provides distant views before circuiting the attractive grounds of a former country house.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
5.5 miles
Pitcairngreen

River and woodland around Almondbank, Perths

This circuit of paths takes in much riverside and woodland scenery as it passes through an area where historical developments have made a major impact on the nature of the local environment.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
6.2 miles
Rainbow over Comrie

Around The Knock and The Hosh, Crieff, Perths

This tour of the country to the north of Crieff connects a series of splendid viewpoints.
Difficulty:
Strenuous
Distance:
5.2 miles
Upper Glen Quoich and the ancient pinewood.

Mar Lodge circular, Cairngorms

A circular walk on Mar Lodge Estate, showcasing the landscape-scale restoration undertaken by the National Trust for Scotland. This varied walk takes in the River Dee, beautiful Caledonian woodland, and a stunning glacial cleft through the hills.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
10.3 miles
View north towards Ben Chonzie

A walk up Laggan Hill and back along Lady Mary's Walk

A pleasant walk up Laggan Hill through woodland and back along the wooded banks of the River Earn. There are options to shorten the walk from Laggan Hill and to visit Sir David Baird's Monument.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
5.6 miles
Huntingtower Castle

Westwards from Perth

Experience a variety of scenery and places old and new on the western fringes of Perth.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
5.1 miles
The path through Scone Den

Scone, Perth and Kinross, Perthshire - The Royal connection

The walk is centred on the area between Perth and the village of Scone. It wanders through areas of lovely woodland, passing beside rippling burns, and provides pleasing views of the nearby hills as you follow paths with historic associations.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
3.9 miles
Ben Lawers from Beinn Ghlas

Beinn Ghlas & Ben Lawers, Perthshire

A 6½ mile circular hill walk over the Perthshire Munros of Beinn Ghlas and Ben Lawers.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
6.3 miles
Strathearn from Mailer Hill

The Braes of Perth

Visit a series of viewpoints in this exploration of the hill slopes on the southern edge of Perth
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
5.1 miles
The Tay from Kinnoull Hill

Walnut Grove and Kinnoull, Perth, Perth and Kinross.

This circuit from the centre of Perth passes through very varying locations and the climbing is rewarded by some excellent long distance views.
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
6.3 miles
Newtyle and Strathmore

On the track of Newtyle's lost railways, Angus.

This walk explores what remains of the historic railway network around Newtyle, whilst passing through pleasingly varied scenery.
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
4.8 miles
Perth Bridge (or Old Bridge) taken from the Queen's Bridge

Perth city walk along the banks of the River Tay

A pleasant easy walk along the banks of the River Tay through the city of Perth.
Difficulty:
Easy
Distance:
3.4 miles