MacRosty Park

MacRosty Park is located within the valley landform of the Turret Burn to the northwest of Crieff and contains a range of natural and man-made features. Paths throughout the park and bridges across the Turret Burn and Mill Lade provide a range of walking opportunities. The park features a collection of mature trees that provide a peaceful stroll year round, and a Victorian bandstand hosts concerts in the summer.

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Currochs Path

Laggan Hill, Crieff

Currochs Walk is a good circular walk in Crieff which goes through MacRosty Park, over to and past Glenturret Distillery, and up to Laggan Hill. Enjoy the woodland scenery and listen to the burn as you walk along the stunning riverside path.

The walk is about 5 miles / 8 km and takes  1½ to 2½ hours to explore.

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The Hosh Path

Famous Grouse

The Hosh is a lovely waymarked circular walk following tracks through fields, woodland paths and a terrace with stunning views of the Trossachs. There is so much to see along the way including the Knock, Crieff Hydro hotel and the Glen Turret distillery, known as the Famous Grouse Experience. The path also passes a stone-built well, dated 1874, the water of which was said to have healing properties and made Crieff into a fashionable resort.

The walk is 2½ miles / 4 km, takes about 1 to 1½ hours and includes some steep parts.

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  Click here to download the Crieff Path Network leaflet.