Craigower is a 4.5 hectare hilltop with open heathland and scattered Scots pines. It is a locally important site for butterflies.
This site is locally important for butterflies, with 14 species recorded including the Green Hairstreak in spring and Scotch Argus in the late summer. On a clear day the stunning view takes in the Tummel and Rannoch lochs and the distant hills of Glencoe.
Craigower is 1.5 miles N of Pitlochry
On the Pitlochry footpath network. 6 mile circuit from Pitlochry car parks, 3 miles from Craigower car park.
Nearest station Pitlochry Road: Off A924 at Moulin