Scottish Towns Pitlochry Walks
Strathbraan Treks
Robert Noble, a member of the Scottish Mountain Leader Scheme and the Mountaineering Council of Scotland, offers a professional guiding service within Tayside.

Ben Vrackie
A hill crossing an area of typical Scottish moorland scenery, before rising to a summit with panaramic views.

The Black Spout & Donavourd
A short walk through woodland and open farmland past a delightful waterfall.

Corrour to Rannoch Station
A train journey to Corrour from Rannoch Station, with a long hike to return, across rough, open moorland.

Craigower Hill
A steep climb along good paths, through a Forestry Commission plantation, to a noted local viewpoint.

Falls of Bruar
A romantic walk on well-maintained paths along a short but spectacular river gorge, with fine waterfalls.

Tummel Walks
A system of good paths through varied woodland beside river and loch, including the spectacular pass of Killiecrankie.

Glen Tilt
A long walk, along paths of varying quality, through a typical steep-sided Highland glen, passing through woodland and farmland.

Rannoch Forest
A walk through coniferous woodland, some of it natural pinewood, passing along the steeply cut glen of the Bogair Burn.

Strathtay
A gentle hill-walk from Strathtay to the Tummel Valley. The path, vague in places, passes through farmland and coniferous woodland.

Tummel Forest
Three walks of varying lengths on good paths through Forestry Commission plantations, with fine views of Loch Tummel and Schiehallion.
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