BLiSS trail of Art and Architectural Installations
BLiSS trail is a national Scottish Thistle Award winning, eye catching art and architectural installation trail linking the villages of Strathyre, Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and St Fillans on tHe A84, A85 and Sustrans NCR7 cycle path.
The BLiSS trail - created by Loch Earn Tourism Information (LETi) - is an eclectic mix of fun roadside art and architectural installations to find and follow all year round. Stop and smile at metal, mirror, wicker, wood and other sculptures by Scottish artists including;, Kev Paxton, Jeremy Cunningham, Iain Chalmers, June McEwan, Ian McColl, Lynne Schroder, Ceri White and Chelsea Rodger,. Look out for the two #ScenicRoutes architectural installations as well as quirky extras like; a totem pole, Airliephant, Red phone box book exchange, clan tartan fish and more.
BLiSS trail audio tour and map Download the Geotourist app to your smartphone and follow the trail while listening to stories at each point. To get the smartphone app visit https://geotourist.com/landing then, search for BLiSStrail on the app to listen to the tour on the trail https://geotourist.com/tours/2040 Stories are told by local children and community villagers, artists, atrchitects, students, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and Sustrans Scotland Cycle Charity. Enjoy!
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