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View the official guide to adventure activities in Scotland

Perthshire is one of Europe's finest activity playgrounds, thanks to the diverse range of land- and water-based pursuits on offer, set against some truly exceptional natural backdrops.

You'll find walking routes aplenty, ranging from waymarked forest trails and lofty treks in the mountains to long-distance routes such as the Cateran Trail and the Rob Roy Way.  There's also world-class fishing on one of the greatest salmon rivers anywhere, some of the UK's best on- and off-road cycling routes plus an unsurpassed range of golf courses to satisfy all abilities.

Perthshire is also a renowned courty sports destination where you can find premier-quality outlets for rod and gun over a fantastic mix of terrain.

But there's much more to Perthshire than just mainstream activities. Test your nerve with a spot of cliff jumping, river bugging or canyoning before sending your adrenaline levels soaring at the UKs only static bungee jump over the River Garry at Killiecrankie.

However you prefer to get out and get active, Perthshire has it covered.

  • View across Loch Tay to Ben Lawers, near Kenmore
    View across Loch Tay to Ben Lawers, near Kenmore
  • Learning the technique of abseiling with Nae Limits, Perthshire
    Learning the technique of abseiling with Nae Limits, Perthshire
  • A group of cyclists at Loch Tay near Kenmore, Perthshire
    A group of cyclists at Loch Tay near Kenmore, Perthshire
  • A team of people white water rafting on the River Tay, Grandtully Rapids
    White water rafting on the Grandtully Rapids, River Tay, Perthshire
  • Looking out over the fairway at the PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles and the Perthshire landscape.
    The PGA Centenary Course, Gleneagles
An autumnal scene of Lady Mary's Walk beside the River Earn, Crieff


One of the best ways to experience the natural beauty of Perthshire is on foot through fertile glens and up rugged mountains.

Looking onto a green and down a fairway of Alyth Golf Club


Tee off at one of Perthshire's many glorious golf courses including Gleneagles, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup

Learning the technique of abseiling with ‘Nae Limits’, Perthshire


Perthshire is the ideal place to indulge your adventurous side.

Two cyclists pause to consult their map on the bridge at Killiecrankie, Perthshire


Cycling is a great way to explore the beauty of Perthshire.

Paddling a Canadian canoe on Loch Tay, near Kenmore, Perthshire


Get out on the water and enjoy a great range of watersports in Perthshire including white-water rafting and canoeing

Group of hunters in stalking gear stand in front of a turretted castle

Country sports

Experience the full range of country sports at estates and venues throughout the spectacular Perthshire countryside.