Strathardle is a lovely river valley lying off to the northwest of the town of Blairgowrie in Perthshire.
The very scenic A924 road runs through the area from Bridge of Cally to the small settlements of Kirkmichael and Enochdhu, then on across the lonely moorland to the popular resort town of Pitlochry.
The soft green contours of the strath can be best appreciated from the splendid way-marked 10 mile (16 km) walking route between Bridge of Cally and Enochdhu. This walk is part of The Cateran Trail, a long distance walk that follows the routes that the cattle rustlers used in the 15th century.
Getting there by railway:- The closest rail stations are at Perth and Dundee. Bus or car hire from there to Strathardle. Full details from Blairgowrie Tourist Information Centre.
Getting there by aeroplane:- From Glasgow or Edinburgh airports head north to Perth. Then take the A93 northwards through Blairgowrie to Bridge of Cally. Then turn off up the A924 towards Kirkmichael and eventually Pitlochry.
Getting there by ferry:- From the port of Rosyth follow the M90 north to Perth. Then take the A93 northwards through Blairgowrie to Bridge of Cally. Then turn off up the A924 towards Kirkmichael and eventually Pitlochry.
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