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Walking Holidays in Perthshire


  • Walk through the wonderful highland scenery of the Tay River Valley
  • Discover the secrets of whisky production at Scotland's smallest Distillery - Edradour
  • Explore the 700-year-old Blair Castle and surrounding Atholl Estate
  • Visit the fascinating historic sites at the Pass of Killiecrankie and Loch Tay
  • Dine each evening in exceptional Highland hotels on our Perthshire In Style trip
  • Soak up the views over rolling hills, mountains, rivers and forests

Perthshire is the Scotland you dream of, turreted castles framed by hills of purple heather, clear streams, dark tree-lined lochs, kilted private armies and whisky distilleries. There are a multitude of tours to choose from that stay in or route through this area. Two tours that allow for indepth discovery are Pitlochry & Highland Perthshire Discovery and also a shorter 5-day version. 

Our choice of hand-picked walks immerse you in the fabric of the landscape, and some can be enjoyed even in the autumn and winter months on our Perthshire Winter Escape. Explore manicured Highland estates, wild woodland bursting with plant and animal life, tranquil loch and riverside walks and wide open moorland with endless views. 

Alternatively, to cover more ground we suggest a Rail & Hike or Drive & Hike holiday that takes in the highlights of Perthshire en route to the west coast.


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  • Top Tips for Eating & Drinking in Perthshire & The Cairngorms

    No holiday, or a walking holiday in the Scottish Highlands for that matter, would be complete without experiencing the best of the region's cuisine. Historically the British Isles, least of all the Scottish Highlands, haven't exactly been renowned for fine dining. However, things have certainly changed in the past couple of decades as tourism has increased in the Highlands the locals have risen to the challenge keen to show-case their local larders. From local venison and salmon featuring on the menus of Michelin-Guide-listed restaurants, to small-batch coffee roasters, a smattering of gin producers, mouth-watering afternoon teas, freshly caught fish and chips, local breweries and of course many whisky distilleries. There is plenty to try, treat your taste buds and sample these regional highlights from the Cairngorms and Perthshire. 

    • Visit Cafe Calluna in Pitlochry and savour the rich flavours of Glen Lyon coffee, an Aberfeldy based roaster alongside an indulgent brownie or home-baked slice of cake. Why not buy a bag of beans to take home as a souvenir?
    • For a sophisticated dining experience we recommend Knockendarroch Hotel's restaurant in Pitlochry. Nibble canapes in the lounge with a pre-dinner drink before a delicious three course meal. 
    • Buy a freshly baked loaf from the Watermill Tearoom in Blair Atholl for your packed lunch and enjoy a wonderful hillside picnic-lunch with a view. 
    • The Baronial Dining Room, complete with Minstrel's balcony, in the Atholl Arms of Blair Atholl is the perfect to step back in time while enjoying great local produce from the surrounding Perthshire countryside. Meanwhile the walkers bar at the hotel is the perfect place to relax with a local ale after a day out on the trail. 
    • Just a 15 minute taxi ride from Aviemore you'll find The Cross at Kingussie restaurant (Michelin Guide-listed and with 3 AA rosettes) - head here for a modern dining experience. 
    • Fancy a beer? Well, technically it's ale, but Cairngorm Brewery located in Aviemore produces a range of core and seasonal ales. Visit their shop to sample as part of a tasting session, or purchase in a local pub after your day's walk.
    Top Tips for Eating & Drinking in Perthshire & The Cairngorms
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