Macgregor's Cave Path

A view from the path
near Kinloch Rannoch, Perth and Kinross,
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A view from the path

McGregor’s Cave Path, Kinloch Rannoch

Distance:                   4.5 km/2.5 miles

Approx time:             Allow 1.5 hours

Start & Finish:

STOP PRESS:  There has recently been a landslide (Dec 2017) which has washed away the burn crossing so you cannot walk further than this at present.

Lodge house entrance gate, Crossmount but DO NOT PARK AT CROSSMOUNT GATE because it blocks and inconveniences residents, some of whom are disabled.

Car park: PLEASE NOTE Park at layby across the road from Lassintullich Forest entrance, avoid obstructing the gate, and walk a short distance along the road to Crossmount gates.


Moderate First section: wide stoned track.  One short very uneven section.  Second section, wide uneven grassy path with some steep parts around the burn. 

To see details and/or download a printable sheet, click HERE

MacGregor’s Cave is reputed to be the place which a MacGregor hid from the redcoats before jumping across the river and escaping.  The rock from which he jumped was removed when the hydroelectric system was built in the early 1900s.  However, the present 'cave' was constructed as a folly in the 19th century.  There is a beautiful long view west down the glen from the rock in front.

View from Macgregors Cave path


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