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Places of Interest

Interesting places to visit near Lochearnhead, Balquhidder, Strathyre, St Fillans, Killin, Callander, and Stirling in Central Scotland. These include the lead and silver mining village of Tyndrum; Dal Righ - the site of the battle between Robert the Bruce and the McDougalls of Lorn; Killin, with its Folklore Centre at St Fillan's Mill, the famous Falls of Dochart and the clan burial ground of the McNabs on Innis Bhuidhe, or Yellow Island, close to the Falls; Queen Elizabeth Forest Park in the Trossachs, and Stirling Castle, with the nearby Wallace National Monument.

Crianlarich

Crianlarich

Crianlarich - which means "site of the Aspen (a type of maple)" - is a natural meeting of routes northbound from Loch Lomond, and westbound from Loch Tay

Dal Righ - Breadalbane

Dal Righ - Breadalbane

The word means 'the king's field'. It is the site of Robert the Bruce's battle with the McDougalls of Lorn in 1306.

Falls of Dochart Bridge

Falls of Dochart Bridge

The Falls of Dochart are probably the most photographed waterfalls in Scotland.

Glen Ogle - Lochearnhead

Glen Ogle - Lochearnhead

The name Glen Ogle may come from the Celtic word ocel meaning high. Queen Victoria once said it was Britain’s Khyber Pass, the glen is situated in the centre of Scotland where the highlands begin

Innis Bhuidhe - Killin

Innis Bhuidhe - Killin

Innis Bhuidhe, or Yellow Island, is the clan burial ground of the McNabs, and is accessed from the Falls of Dochart Bridge, Killin.

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park - Trossachs

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park - Trossachs

A large part of the wider Trossachs is covered by extensive tracts of forest. Much of this forest lies in The Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.

St. Fillan`s Mill

St. Fillan`s Mill

The Breadalbane Folklore Centre is housed in what is known as St. Fillan's Mill. He is believed to have founded a meal mill on this spot in the 7th century and a later building became a woollen and tweed mill.

Stirling Castle - Stirling

Stirling Castle - Stirling

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland and indeed Western Europe

The Falls of Dochart - Killin

The Falls of Dochart - Killin

The Falls of Dochart (NN571324) and the village host a variety of flora and fauna. You can see Dippers, Goosander and Swift, Pipistrelle Bats and plants include Northern Bedstraw and Goldenrod. 

Tyndrum

Tyndrum

Tyndrum means 'house on the ridge' - the ridge is the watershed between east and west Alba. 

Wallace Monument - Stirling

Wallace Monument - Stirling

The Wallace National Monument (generally known as the Wallace Monument) is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates William Wallace, the 13th century Scottish hero.

Rob Roy Country

Hotels and Inns, Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfast, Self-Catering, Camping and Campsites in Perthshire
& The Trossachs 

(Balquhidder, Lochearnhead, St Fillans & Strathyre)

Lochearnhead