Buchanan Path

View across River Tummel

This interesting riverside path features the Telford Bridge built in 1764, the mighty River Tummel and a lovely birch and aspen woodland. Follow it along the river to a weir used to control the flow of the river and learn about the importance of the Tummel hydropower scheme. You can continue to explore via the Lochend Path or return to the village.

Buchanan Path is about ⅓ mile / 500 m, takes 15 to 30 minutes to enjoy, and the easy-going terrain features grass and gravel with a few steps at the beginning.

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Lochend Path Wheelchair accessible

LOOKING OVER LOCH RANNOCH- A LOCH AND RESERVOIR 10 MILES LONG, TO CLOUD SHROUDED MOUNTAINS BEYOND, PERTH & KINROSS © VisitScotland / Paul Tomkins, all rights reserved.

This path continues on from Buchanan Path and features fantastic views over Loch Rannoch towards Glen Coe and Rannoch Moor. It is an easy-access field-edge path that avoids the road. You can continue the village loop through a self-closing gate leading to the open hillside and follow the Meall Dubh Path.

Lochend Path is about ¼ mile / 300 m, takes 5 to 15 minutes to enjoy, and is a firm, stone-surfaced, easy-going all users route that can be enjoyed by people all abilities.

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Meall Dubh Path

View of Schiehallion

Continuing on from Lochend Path, this is a rugged path with great views across Loch Rannoch and over the village to Schiehallion, a Munro whose old Gaelic name, Sidh Chailleann, translates as ‘the nest, or brooding place of storms’ or ‘the fairy hill of the Caledonians’, as preferred by some. At the end of the path you can return to the village or carry on to the Hillside Path.

Meall Dubh Path is a little more than ⅓ mile / 650 m, takes about 15 to 30 minutes to walk, and is a moderate-going uneven and narrow hillside path with stepping stones over boggy areas.

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Hillside Path

Looking towards the village of Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire © VisitScotland / Paul Tomkins, all rights reserved.

This route meanders through broadleaf woodland and is a good place to look for red squirrels in an impressive old hazel coppice. It also takes in the beautiful Allt Mor waterfall, an impressive old oak tree and the 'wolf stone', a massive natural boulder. The path eventually meets up with the Riverside Path.

Hillside Path is ½ mile / 800 m, takes about 15 to 30 minutes to enjoy, and is a moderate-going grass and stone track narrow in places with some steps and a short steep section.

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Riverside Path

Daffodils

This pleasant riverside walk is ideal for enjoying woodland and spotting water birds and Schiehallion across the water. It follows River Tummel upstream to the village.

The path is ½ miles / 800 m, takes 15 to 30 minutes to enjoy, and is easy-going along level grass, stone and tarmac but is narrow in places with uneven ground due to tree roots. The steps at the beginning of the route can be avoided by starting in the parking area.

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  Click here to download the Rannoch Paths Network Leaflet.