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  • 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

    26 Km 6-8 Hrs 370 Metres

    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 Ardeonaig

    24 Km 7-9 Hrs 620 Metres

    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 across open moorland to the tiny hamlet of Ardeonaig on the shores of Loch Tay. Pick-up from Ardeonaig and overnight in Killin.

  • Day 4 Acharn to Aberfeldy

    16 Km 4-6 Hrs 360 Metres

    Transfer to Acharn in the morning. Today’s hike is perhaps the most beautiful on the entire trail and indeed, on a fine day, one of the best in all of Scotland. After a brief climb in the morning, you follow grassy tracks and paths across open fields with stunning vistas over Loch Tay and the surrounding countryside.

  • Day 5 Aberfeldy to Pitlochry

    16 Km 4-5 Hrs 320 Metres

    Follow the path of an old, dismantled railway line next to the River Tay as far as the village of Grandtully. From here, you tackle the last climb of your hiking holiday with superb views back towards Ben Lawer. A good opportunity to take out that camera one last time!

  • Day 6 Departure from Pitlochry

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