Day out Drymen Scotland
From your point of arrival, make use of the public transport information we offer to make it to Drymen.
time 2: Drymen to Callander
Distance 33km • Approximate Walking Time 7 - 9 hours • Ascent (↑) 460m
Today’s hike mainly uses peaceful country roads and forest paths. Look out for the damages of Kirkton Church on the road into Aberfoyle. From Aberfoyle, the path passes through a forest or more into the Monteith Hills. As you go along, discover a tranquil pond hidden away into the trees – an ideal place to enjoy a picnic meal.
time 3: Callander to Lochearnhead
26km • 6 - 8 hours • (↑) 370m
After visiting damages dating back to Roman times when you look at the splendid village of Callander, follow the #7 pattern road next to the shores of Loch Lubnaig (The Lake with a fold) entirely to Strathyre. A brisk climb regarding Strathyre village opens up up stunning views across River Balvag valley below. After descending to Kingshouse, the trail follows a cycle way to the town of Lochearnhead on shores of Loch make.
DAY 4: Lochearnhead to Ardtalnaig/ Acharn
29km/36km • 8 - 10 hours • (↑) 670m/770m
From lakeshore, the trail today heads
north-west within the beautiful Glen Ogle valley to an impressive viaduct integrated 1870. Woodland songs and mountain songs guide you to a large reservoir from for which you often have views across Loch Tay towards Ben Lawer – a famous local summit. After passing the greatest point associated with the Rob Roy Way, at 560m, you descend across open moorland into tiny hamlet of Ardeonaig regarding the shores of Loch Tay. The last area from Ardeonaig is entirely along a rather peaceful country road that runs over the south side of Loch Tay. Pick-up from Ardtalnaig/Acharn and instantly in Killin.
DAY 5: Acharn to Pitlochry
32km • 8 - 10 hours • (↑) 800m
Transfer to Acharn in the morning. Today’s hike is probably the most wonderful in the whole path as well as, on a fine time, one of the better in every of Scotland. After a brief rise each day, you follow grassy paths and paths across open fields with stunning vistas over Loch Tay while the surrounding country. From Aberfeldy, a dismantled railway line beside the River Tay takes you as far as the village of Grandtully. From here, you tackle the last rise of walking getaway with superb views right back towards Ben Lawer. A great possibility to remove that camera one last time!