Loch An Daimh


    Loch an Daimh is a loch in Perthshire, 40 miles (64 km) west of Pitlochry.

    Located at the end of a single track road in upper Glen Lyon, Loch an Daimh is hemmed in on three sides by high hills and to the south lies the splendid Stuchd an Lochain (Munro), which boasts a tiny lochan high in its corrie.

    Loch an Daimh is translated from Gaelic as Loch of the Stag and visitors in October might be lucky enough to experience the haunting sound of stags roaring in the rut.

    Visitors who love the great outdoors will enjoy the rough walk around the shores of the loch. There are many Munros, Corbetts and low level options for walkers in the area and angling is also available on the loch.

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- Rail stations at Perth, Birnam, Pitlochry are the closest. Bus or car hire from there to Aberfeldy and Glen Lyon. Full details from Aberfeldy Tourist Information Centre.

    Getting there by ferry:- From the port of Rosyth head north to the city of Perth. Follow the A9 trunk road to Ballinluig and then take the A827 west to Aberfeldy. Take the B846 west to Keltneyburn, then turn off up the unclassified Glen Lyon road. The loch is located at the head of the glen, some 20/25 miles from Fortingall.

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