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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Sma' Glen

    Type

    Glens

    Gradings

    Crieff

    The Sma’ Glen is a scenic glen in central Perthshire, located 5 miles (8 km) to the north of Crieff.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. Eppie Callum's Oak

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Crieff

    Eppie Callum’s Oak is an ancient oak tree in Crieff which is said to have once sheltered notorious outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor from his enemies.

  5. Lady Mary's Walk

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Crieff

    Lady Mary’s Walk is a popular route in Crieff which runs along the banks of the River Earn.

  6. less than 10 miles
  7. Ben Chonzie

    Type

    Hills & Mountains

    Gradings

    Comrie

    Ben Chonzie, or Ben-y-Hone is the highest point in a vast area of wild land between Loch Tay and Strathearn.

  8. Comrie

    Type

    Towns & Villages

    Gradings

    Comrie

    Comrie is a village in Perthshire, west of Crieff.

  9. Crieff

    Type

    Towns & Villages

    Gradings

    Crieff

    Crieff is a bustling country town set amidst magnificent Perthshire scenery.

  10. River Earn

    Type

    Rivers and Canals

    Gradings

    Comrie

    The River Earn in Perthshire flows out of the east end of Loch Earn and joins the River Tay at Bridge of Earn, shortly before the Tay estuary.

  11. less than 20 miles
  12. Ben Gulabin

    Type

    Hills & Mountains

    Gradings

    Glen Prosen

    Ben Gulabin is classified as a Corbett (mountain over 2500 ft) and provides an attractive backdrop for the settlement of Spittal of Glenshee.

  13. River Ericht

    Type

    Rivers and Canals

    Gradings

    Blairgowrie

    The River Ericht in Perthshire runs close to the centre of Blairgowrie and takes its name from the Scots Gaelic word for `beauteous`.

  14. Meikleour Beech Hedge

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Meikleour

    The Meikleour Beech Hedge, four miles south of Blairgowrie is the longest hedge in Britain and the highest of its kind in the world.

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