Rob Roy Way

Additional Days & Activities

We would be delighted to arrange additional accommodation for you along the Rob Roy Way.

You may wish to plan a rest day or have an additional night at any of the locations along the route which offer activities or additional sightseeing opportunities - we've made some suggestions below. Please request this when you make an enquiry.


  • Visit the Scottish Wool Centre, which has something for everyone - clothing, whisky, wine, cashmere, and daily dog and duck shows as well as sheep, goats and miniature ponies
  • Visit the Lodge Forest Visitor Centre and learn about Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and go on an exhilarating high wire tree top adventure for the adrenaline junkies at Go Ape


  • Climb Ben Ledi en-route to Strathyre, the highest mountain in the main part of the Trossachs
  • Hire bikes and explore Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
  • Venture up the rocky Callander Crags to admire spectacular views north to the Highlands and south to the Lowlands, including iconic Ben Lomond
  • Visit Bracklinn Falls, one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Scotland, especially after heavy rain!


  • Pay a visit to Rob Roy’s Grave at Balquhidder located at the foot of Loch Voil
  • Fish for salmon, brown trout and sea trout in the calm waters of River Balvag
  • Go walking in the wild woodlands around Strathyre village, teaming with wildlife, in particular deer, red squirrels and forest birds


  • Visit the Scottish Crannog Centre on the shores of Loch Tay and explore the history of ancient loch-dwellings
  • Hire boats, canoes or go water-skiing on Loch Tay
  • Admire the breathtaking views of Kenmore from the summit of Drummond Hill and Black Rock
  • Enjoy a dram of whisky in one of Scotland's oldest inns visited by poet Robert Burns


  • Climb the 'Speckled Mountain' also known as Ben Vrackie and spot red grouse, red deer and occasionally mountain hares
  • Visit Edradour Distillery, Scotland’s smallest and most beautiful Distillery
  • Attend a performance at the internationally renowned Festival Theatre
  • Stop by Moulin Brewery, one of the first microbreweries in Scotland
  • Visit the impressive Salmon Ladder and Dam, designed to allow thousands of salmon to reach Loch Faskally
  • Hire a car and explore the rest of Scotland