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.

Aberfoyle

  • 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

Callander

  • 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!

Strathyre

  • 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

Kenmore

  • 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

Pitlochry

  • 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