Which way!? Two hikers try to decide which turn to take next - Rob Roy Way, Scotland

DAY 1: Arrival in Callander

From your point of arrival, use the public transport information we provide to make the journey to Callander.

DAY 2: Callander to Lochearnhead

Distance 26km • Approximate Walking Time 6 - 8 hours • Ascent (↑) 370m

After visiting ruins dating back to Roman times in the splendid village of Callander, follow the Number 7 cycle path next to the shores of Loch Lubnaig (The Lake with a bend) all the way to Strathyre. A brisk climb out of Strathyre village opens up stunning views over the River Balvag valley below. After descending to Kingshouse, the trail follows a cycle path to the village of Lochearnhead on the shores of Loch Earn.

DAY 3: Lochearnhead to Ardtalnaig/ Acharn

29km/36km • 8 - 10 hours • (↑) 670m/770m

From the lakeshore, the trail now heads north-west up the beautiful Glen Ogle valley to an impressive viaduct built in 1870. Forest tracks and mountain tracks guide you to a large reservoir from where you often have views across Loch Tay towards Ben Lawer – a famous local summit. After passing the highest point of the Rob Roy Way, at 560m, you descend

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