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Highland Perthshire area is rich with walking
trails and many wild areas, where you can walk freely. The air is
amongst the purest in Europe and the scenery second to none.
Whether you are looking for Munros (peaks of 3,000ft or more) or
Corbetts (which are just under) to
climb or lesser hills, to walks on
flatter locations such as
around lochs or rivers.
Many of the routes are way marked trails with
good inexpensive walk guides (from 50p) available
from the Tourist Information Centres or Atholl Estate Rangers
Office in Blair Atholl or the National Trust Visitor Centre in Killiecrankie and the Forestry Commission visitor centre at
There are walk guides for the
network, the Atholl Estates walk and cycle routes, the
walks network, the forestry walks trails and many walk books to
guide you on the many and varied walking routes, from short easy
walks to long distance trails and drovers routes, in this fabulous area of Scotland.
We will add more walks to this section as we
walk them and give you photos of the walks and our own wording
so you can have an idea of what is on offer.
The Glen Banvie Walk
from Blair Atholl - This walk is one of the walks
highlighted in 'Discover Atholl Estates way marked trails
from Blair Atholl' guide booklet.
The Fungarth Walk in Dunkeld - The
first from the 'Dunkeld Walks' leaflet.
You have a whole network of walks that you can access from
the centre of Dunkeld.
walk from Pitlochry - This first from the 'Pitlochry
Walks' leaflet, that covers a network of waymarked trails around Pitlochry.
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