• Ben Gulabin
Distance: 5.4 km; duration: 2 hours
Spectacular scenery is guaranteed climbing this Corbett. As you walk the short and easy ascent to the col 200 m from the summit, you’ll be well-placed for views south to the Spittal of Glenshee.
• Loch Leven Heritage Trail
Distance: 12.5 km; duration: 3 - 4 hours
Running between Kinross Pier and Vane Farm, the trail gives excellent access to Scotland’s largest lowland loch. As well as being able to spot wildlife along the route at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve, you’ll spy the island castle at the centre of Mary, Queen of Scots daring escape from captivity.
• Acharn to Aberfeldy
Distance: 16 km; duration: 5 - 6 hours
This linear walk takes you from the historic village of Acharn to Aberfeldy by way of the picturesque shores of Loch Tay and the dramatic Falls of Moness in the Birks of Aberfeldy. You’ll also take the high path known as Queen’s Drive, in memory of Queen Victoria’s visit to Perthshire.
• Birnam Hill
Distance: 6 km; duration: 2 - 2.5 hours
Following a gentle ascending path through woodland, you’ll climb past heather moorland to the peak of Birnam Hill where you’ll have fantastic views of nearby Dunkeld and Birnam before a steep descent on the other side.
• The Deil’s Cauldron and Glen Lednock
Distance: 7.5 km; duration: 2.5 - 3 hours
Setting off along the banks of the River Lednock, you’ll soon discover the Little Cauldron, a deep pool, before the valley sides become steeper and you arrive at the Deil’s, or Devil’s, Cauldron, the site where the Lednock plunges from a rocky gorge into an eerie, tree-clad amphitheatre. Further along the trail, take to the steep path to Dun More where you’ll be rewarded by panoramic views from the Melville Monument, an obelisk built in 1811, of Strathearn and Loch Earn.