Pitlochry is set in spectacular scenery close to Loch Tay, with a friendly and warming welcome to all visitors. Wildlife is in abundance here with a rich clan history and the whole area is patterned with standing stones, stone circles and ancient sites.
For a small village, Pitlochry has a great reputation for active and outdoor activities. There’s an exciting selection of things to do from horse-riding, white water rafting and quad biking to hilltop safaris and even bungee jumping. Three miles north of Pitlochry is Killiecrankie, a spectacular historic gorge beautiful in all seasons and the spot where the UK’s first purpose built bungee jumping platform is found.
With a magnificent background of the surrounding hills and woodlands on the fringe of the southern Cairngorms National Park, Pitlochry is a lovely holiday destination for any season.
One attraction you shouldn’t miss is Faskally Wood, an ‘Enchanted Forest’ with magical lighting visuals enhanced with natural music and innovative design.