Aberfeldy & Kenmore
An area of views to take your breath and inspire your awe.
This part of Big Tree Country lays claim to the oldest living organism in Europe and the glen described by Sir Walter Scott as the “longest, loneliest and loveliest” in Scotland.
Tales of hermits, dragons and demons abound, whilst spectacular waterfalls have provided inspiration for Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns.
For keen wildlife watchers, the area gives you the opportunity to see some of our most alluring native species such as the red squirrel, capercaillie and pine marten.
Cluny House Gardens
Improved access, new interpretation and website development. Cluny House Gardens offers the visitor a chance to explore a beautiful woodland garden with great opportunities to see red squirrels at close quarters. The gardens, created by Bobby and Betty Masterton in the 1950’s, were developed around a few existing 100 year old trees, including w...
Griffin Forest Cycle Trails
Pioneering cycle-friendly stiles as well as waymarking, construction of a short section of cycle track and a car park. Implemented by the Trust at Griffin Forest, between Aberfeldy and Dunkeld, the project was undertaken in conjunction with the forest managers, Tilhill Economic Forestry. It provides 30 kilometres of signposted forested tracks f...
Path resurfacing, step building, interpretation, dry stone wall and stone carvings. Weem Wood, near Aberfeldy offers visitors a magical walk along a steep winding path leading to the Rock of Weem. Here there are lovely views of the surrounding countryside. The path passes St David’s Well, named after a 15th century Chief of the Clan Menzies. ...
Walk of the Week
Falls of Bruar
The woodland surrounding the Bruar gorge is a living memorial to the poet Robert Burns.