Dalmally is a small village spread along the Stratch of Orchy in Argyll & Bute 2 miles east of the tip of Loch Awe.
The village was established by the first Lord of Glenorchy, Sir Colin Campbell and started as a settlement serving the nearby historic Kilchurn Castle. Nowadays, Dalmally is a popular tourist destination surrounded by lochs, rivers, mountains and beautiful scenery with plenty of shops and amenities including hotels, holiday accommodation, places to eat and railway station operating on the Glasgow to Oban line.
Visitors can explore the historic sites along one of the following walks: Old Ruined Village and Paddys Point, the Duncan Ban Monument, the Old Military road, the Parish Church and the 18th century Bridges, Kilchurn Castle and Cruachan lower slopes and St Conan’s Kirk and Glen Strae.
Dalmally also lies on the popular long distance ‘Coast to Coast Walk’ from Oban to St Andrews.