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  • View across Loch Tay to Ben Lawers, near Kenmore
    View across Loch Tay to Ben Lawers, near Kenmore
  • Looking across loch Tay to a snow-capped Ben Lawers
    Looking across Loch Tay to a snow-capped Ben Lawers
  • The Ben Atholl Palace Hotel with Ben Vrackie in the background, Pitlochry
    The Atholl Palace Hotel and Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry
  • Hillwalkers on public foot path at Glenshee
    Public foot path at Glenshee

Perthshire is home to some of the most spectacular mountainous terrain in Scotland. Its majestic hills and mountains, many of which scale heights of over 3000 ft, make it a perfect destination for Munro-bagging.

Climb to the pinnacle of Schiehallion, one of Scotland’s most iconic peaks, and explore the hiking trails over Ben Lawers which stands proudly overlooking the tranquil Loch Tay.

Whether you choose to explore Perthshire's mountains and hill on foot or by mountain bike, you’re guaranteed spectacular views and the chance to see rare flora and fauna ranging from delicate Arctic plants to red deer and soaring birds of prey.

Perthshire boasts some of the most dramatic alpine scenery in the country and offers a playground for enthusiastic hillwalkers and climbers. Reach the tops of Munros such as Ben Chonzie, a solitary peak at the head of Glenturret, and the Lawers Massif, a range of several Munros located below Ben Lawers, the region’s highest peak. Perthshire is also home to a number of Corbetts, several of which are located in Glen Lyon and offer climbers with shorter but no less rewarding ascents.

Discover the region’s other impressive peaks like Moncreiffe Hill, a beautiful wooded ridge that offer breathtaking views across the River Tay, Strathearn and further afield to Fife and the Lomond Hills. You can even climb to the summit of Dunsinane Hill, the same one appears in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Here you’ll be met with the remains of two Iron Age hill forts and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Take a look through the information listings below and find out more about mountains and hills in Perthshire.

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  1. Moncreiffe Hill

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    Bridge of Earn

    Moncreiffe Hill Wood is a beautiful mixed woodland covering a hill, just 3 miles south of Perth.

  2. Dunsinane Hill

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    Carse of Gowrie

    Dunsinane Hill is known as one of Perthshire's most charismatic hill forts. It is bursting with history and atmosphere and makes for a superb short walk.

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    Glen Lyon

    Stuchd An Lochain & Meall Buidhe Range is two Munros in upper Glen Lyon in Perthshrie, close to the remote Loch an Daimh.

  4. Bishop Hill

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    Kinnesswood

    Bishop Hill is a distinctive natural feature rising out of the flat country around Loch Leven which offers good walking and lovely views of the loch and the natural basin of Kinross-shire.

  5. Carn Mairg Range

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    Glen Lyon

    Carn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg, Meall nan Aighean (Creag Mhor) are a range of hills on the north side of lower Glen Lyon in Perthshire, and form part of the 48,400 hectare Loch Rannoch and Glen Lyon National Scenic Area.

  6. Ben Vrackie

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    Killiecrankie

    Ben Vrackie is a well known and much loved hill which forms a scenic backdrop to the bustling resort town of Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire.

  7. The Glen Lyon Corbetts

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    Glen Lyon

    There are seven Corbetts in Glen Lyon, a remarkable glen in Perthshire.

  8. The Tarmachan Ridge

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    Kenmore

    The Tarmachan Ridge is the narrowest mountain ridge in Perthshire and is a rough and entertaining walk that takes in the Munro of Meall nan Tarmachan.

  9. Dun Coillich - Hill

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    Kinloch Rannoch

    Dun Coillich is a 572 m hill owned by the Highland Perthshire Communities Land Trust.

  10. Pass Of Killiecrankie

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    Killiecrankie

    The Pass of Killiecrankie is an impressive wooded gorge, which is a popular beauty spot, well known for the Jacobite battle which took place nearby.

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