About Rannoch & Tummel
Stretching from Queens View to Rannoch Station our glen is truly one of the most historically romantic areas of Scotland evocative of Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Jacobite cause and the famous Clans who once roamed here. A Clan Trail can be followed around Loch Rannoch, where scenes of battles, hangings and deeds of daring do took place.
The glen includes the two villages of Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch as well as smaller hamlets such as Killichonan and Bridge of Gaur.
It is well worth a drive around Loch Rannoch where the views will delight, and on to a completely different landscape as you approach Rannoch Station where the road ends and from where Rannoch Moor stretches for miles to the west.
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
Local Services and Transport
Information on emergency contacts and transport around Rannoch &Tummel
Crannogs, Standing Stones, wolves, railways and buried treasure. All the history and romance of Scottish history can be discovered in our Glen
Shops in Rannoch & Tummel
Well stocked general stores and interesting galleries and gift shops are found in Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch