Diana's Grove at Blair Castle

The place to go and see some really ‘big trees’ is the enchanting ‘Diana’s Grove’, named after the Roman goddess of hunting. Two acres of tranquil woodland in the grounds of Blair Castle within the Atholl Estate host a nationally important collection of exotic conifers and many champion specimens.

Falls of Bruar

Woodland walks through a spectacular gorge feature natural waterfalls. The landscape today is a testament to the poet Robert Burns, who inspired the 4th Duke of Atholl to plant the once bare river banks resulting in the beautiful woodlands you see today. Two moderate to strenuous-going circular walks climb up the gorge. A bridge at the top of the falls offers stunning views of the gorge.