Discover the Rings of Breadalbane in Perthshire with some of Scotland’s most stunning walks. From one day routes to six day hikes, there’s something to suit all levels of walkers. From ambling around the deep Loch Tay to climbing nearly 600m above sea level, the following routes offer something for all.
The Tay Ring
Discover Breadalbane over two days with this stunning introductory walk from Abberfeldy to Kenmore and back. Over two days of leisurely hiking, you will see superb views of Loch Tay as well and its surrounding mountains. The perfect introduction to Breadalbane which can easily be walking over a weekend.
On ‘The Long straight Walk’
This does what it says on the tin. Mostly up and down, this Crieff to Aberfeldy route takes you along a chunk of the Lands End to John O’Groats hiking route, also known as the Long Straight Walk. Starting in Crieff, head for the top of Auchnafree Hill, the highest point of the walk, before descending into Glen Almond. You’ll then find yourself wandering over the breathtaking Loch Freuchie and Loch Hoil and following the Moness Burns into Aberfeldy.
The Clan Ring: Balcadar to Killin
Discover Breadalbane with this beautiful section of the Clan Ring, Breadalbane’s a six day walking route. Covering 18km of Scottish landscape in total, you will head from Balcadar to Killin in a day. This section is one of the more challenging parts of the Clan Ring route, climbing to nearly 600m/200 feet above sea level in parts.
Take a Burns inspired walk through the Rings of Breadalbane
Discover the rings of Breadalbane, whose highlights were captured by Robert Burns himself in a selection of poems from his famous 1787 Highland Tour. Explore the rings as they were nearly 300 years ago by taking in a tour of some of Burns’ favourite spots.