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Acharn is a small hamlet in Perthshire, which sits to the south of Loch Tay, south west of Aberfeldy.
This vast and beautiful forest lies on the southern shores of Loch Rannoch and forms part of the Tay Forest Park.
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Weem Wood is an area of woodland situated on a steep craggy slope above the village of Weem, to the north-west of Aberfeldy.
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Situated at the head of Loch Tay, the beach is enjoyed and used extensively by local people and residents for all sorts of leisure activities.
Kenmore is a village in Perthshire, which is popular centre for activity holidays on Loch Tay.
Farragon Hill is a Corbett overlooking Strathtay and the expanse of high heather moorland that stretches west from Pitlochry to Schiehallion.
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.
Drummond Hill lies six miles west of Aberfeldy, forms part of Tay Forest Park, and is thought to be the site of Scotland’s first managed forest.
The Fortingall Yew is a heritage tree of international importance which is situated in the Highland Perthshire village of Fortingall, eight miles west of Aberfeldy.
The Birks of Aberfeldy is a circular walk through mature mixed woodland on the western outskirts of Aberfeldy.