Visitors who like to see the countryside by car have a wide selection of routes to follow and can enjoy ways which are almost traffic free. Some of the popular outings are:
PASS OF KILLIECRANKIE falls of Bruar and Salmon Leap on Falls of Garry.
KINLOCH RANNOCH via Garry Bridge, Queen’s View, Loch Tummel, returning by Struan, Blair Atholl and Killiecrankie.
BLAIR ATHOLL, Blair Castle on view to public daily – 1st April – October. Winter Saturday & Tuesday mornings.
KENMORE AND LOCH TAY via Ballinluig, Grandtully, Weem, Fortingall, Fearnan, Taymouth Castle, Aberfeldy.
KINGUSSIE AND AVIEMORE, over Grampians via Drumochter Pass, Newtonmore, Feshie Bridge, Kincraig, Laggan and Drumgask.
BRAEMAR, (Royal Deeside) via Kirkmichael, Spittal of Genshee, Devil’s Elbow, Glen Cluny, Braemar, Balmoral Castle, Crathie Church and Ballater.
KIRRIEMUIR (Thrums), Glamis Castle, Lintrathen Loch, Glenisla via Dunkeld, Caputh, Coupar Angus, Meigle, Drumow and Kirkmichael.
BALLACHULISH and Pass of Glencoe via Dalwhinnie, Grampians, Loch Laggan, Spean Bridge, Fort William: home by Pass of Glencoe, Bridge of Orchy, Tyndrum, Crianlarich, Killin, Loch Tay and Aberfeldy.
KILLIN, LOCHEARNHEAD AND CRIEFF via Aberdeldy, Kenmore, Loch Tay, Killin, Glen Ogle, Lochearnhead, alongside of Loch Earn, St Fillans, Comrie and Crieff, Sma’ Glen, Amulree and Dunkeld.
THE TROSSACHS AND LOCH KATRINE via Loch Tay, Killin, Lochearnhead, Pass of Leny, Strahyre and Rob Roy’s Country, returning Doune, Crieff and Sma’Glen.
Distances from PITLOCHRY
Edinburgh 69 Glasgow 85 London 439
Aberdeen 98 Dundee 43 Inverness 87
Braemar 40 Kirriemuir 39 Perth 27
Kingussie 44 Kinloch Rannoch 21 Trossachs 67
These and other drives are detailed in a handy magazine form, and are available from our hotel reception. During your stay with us please ask for our book on drives, and just return it to reception at the end of your stay.