For Autumn Guided Walks by local volunteers
There is a wide network of paths and tracks and the most stunning scenery and views to enjoy while walking. If you enjoy a gentle stroll by the lochside, or in the hills or forests, or want to conquer a munro or a corbet, there's something here for you.
Below are some suggestions and we ask that you enjoy our beautiful glen responsibly.
- Allt Na Bogair (Rannoch Forest)
- Allean Forest
- Kilvrecht (Rannoch Forest)
- Carie (Rannoch Forest)
- Kinloch Rannoch Village Walks
- Road to the Isles – Corrour to Rannoch Station
- Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
- Rannoch Station to Kingshouse Hotel
- Macgregor's Cave Path
- Craig Varr walk
You can find details the walks HERE with pdf documents that you can print out. (NB This is work in progress so not all walks have yet been added)
A very useful website for walkers is Walk Highlands where many walks are detailed, including maps.
Ordnance Survey Maps, which cover our area, are Explorer 385 Rannoch Moor and Ben Alder and Explore Map 386 Pitlochry and Loch Tummel.
Munros to bag in the area
Are you a munro-bagger. He is a list of munros in the area
A huge choice of walks in the area. Here are a few
Rannoch and Tummel have several paths which are classified Rights of Way, many of these have been adopted as Core Paths which ensure that important paths and routes are recorded and promoted. They are where residents and visitors may move, on foot, by bike, by horse or any other non-motorised means including mobility vehicles and watercraft. There is no defined standard for a core path – it can be anything from hill track, a grassy field margin or a tarmac path. They are not necessarily trail marked although in Rannoch we are gradually marking the more popular ones.
Rannoch/Tummel has about 16 identified core paths, some of which are original rights of way. They can be found on the PKC website
Map 8-18 cover the Rannoch and Tummel area. The paths are marked in purple.
A new Explore Rannoch Path Network Around Kinloch Rannoch map is available to download as a pdf HERE
Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. Please ensure you are properly equipped for the walks you are undertaking. Please be aware that the weather is unpredictable and can turn suddenly from a sunny day to cold and wet. Be prepared for this.