Places to visit
Against a backdrop of stunning scenery, you will find all manner of places to visit. From ancient architectural and natural landmarks and the well equipped Weller Poley children's playpark, to the many musical, traditional, sporting and cultural events held at local venues throughout the year.
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Kinloch Rannoch is a pretty highland village close to Loch Rannoch
Tummel Bridge and Loch Tummel
Tummel Bridge with its ancient Wade bridge lies at the west end of Loch Tummel. Popular with anglers, campers and sporting the Loch Tummel Sailing Club on the south side, the loch is 11 kilometres long.
Schiehallion, in Gaelic is Sidh Chailleann, is one of the most picturesque mountains of the Highlands
Black Wood of Rannoch
On the south shore of Loch Rannoch grow some magnificent Scots Pine trees - The Black Wood - wth a few surviving remnants of the 'Great Forest of Caledon’
Rannoch Station and Beyond
Rannoch Station is one of the most remote stations in Britain and is surrounded by romantic Rannoch Moor
Since the distant past, this famous Scottish loch has been central to life in Rannoch, providing sanctuary and food
Crannogs, Standing Stones, wolves, railways and buried treasure. All the history and romance of Scottish history can be discovered in our Glen
A great base for day trips to lots of interesting places