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Perthshire Tourist Route

Length
43 miles / 69 km
Location
Greenloaning – Ballinluig

A short but spectacular drive through the woodland and towering landscapes in the heart of Scotland. The Perthshire Tourist Route begins just north of Dunblane and finishes in Ballinluig. Watch as the peaceful cultivated landscape changes dramatically just north of Crieff, where you’ll find the heather covered slopes of the rugged Sma' Glen.

  1. Gleneagles

    Enjoy a meal to remember, a spa treatment or outdoor activities.

  2. The Library of Innerpeffray

    Marvel at the huge collection of books.

  3. Drummond Castle Gardens

    Admire ancient yew hedges and beautiful copper beech trees.

  4. Comrie Croft

    Get active walking, mountain biking or even Munro bagging.

  5. The Glenturret Distillery

    Learn how whisky is made and discover the intricate blending process.

  6. Crieff Hydro

    Relax in the Victorian spa or go wild on the tree top adventure course.

  7. The Scottish Crannog Centre

    Discover what life was like in Scotland during the Iron Age.

  8. Highland Safaris

    Look out for wild red deer, golden eagles and mountain hares.

  9. Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery

    See whisky making equipment and learn the story of the Dewar family.

  10. Iain Burnett The Highland Chocolatier

    Treat yourself to mouth-watering gourmet chocolates.

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