Roundtrip from Dunkeld to Kinloch Rannoch
Orignal route by Wil van der Helm
Queens View near Pitlochry
Perthshire & Kinross

The rivers Tay, Dochart, Tummel and Ardie.

A tour through the picturesque countryside around rivers of Perthshire. Most roads are easy to ride but some roads are really narrow and carry wild grids along the beautiful hilly landscape of Perth with as big eye catcher the 1083 meter high Schiehallion (the nipple of the virgin).

The ride starts and ends in Dunkeld.

On Rp 4 we find the access road to Bolfrack House and Gardens, a garden that is not too big with a beautiful view over the Tay Valley, where you stretch art for about 45 minutes. Maybe a nice place for a picnic. Coffee is not available there.

At Loch Tay RP 5 you can visit a "Crannog", an old way of life on stilts in the water from prehistoric times. On the other side of the loch, 5 minutes drive back you can go for coffee or lunch.

We follow Loch Tay on the south side to Killin RP 7, here in the bend a special rapids in the river Dochart, nice to stop and walk over the huge boulders. Also here is the old cemetery of the MacNab Clan. Coffee or lunch is also possible in the village.

We continue our way on the north side of Loch Tay and keep miles of sight on the Schiehallion towards Kinloch Rannoch. The last part is a sheep area protected with game grids!

From Kinloch Rannoch we turn back to the east and continue via B847 / B47 along Loch Tummel. Picnic spots are over here. On RP 15 we arrive at Queens View, worth stopping for a while and enjoying a beautiful view over Loch Tummel.

We continue the B8019 at RP 16 you can choose to visit Blair Castle, it is also a large recreational area where you can take some time out. The choice for you.

From Pitlochry we continue east and follow the Ardie river to finally arrive in Dunkeld again.
Tay Valley, Bolfrock House and Gardens
Crannog Center, Kenmore
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