Local Areas

Ben More

About a half-hour drive south from Killin Highland Lodges stands Ben More.

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A day trip to Oban

Oban is a fantastic location for a day trip. There are plenty of activities to do.

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A day trip up to Glencoe

Glencoe is an absolutely stunning part of Scotland. The National Trust owns much of the land.

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A day trip to Stirling

Stirling is a treasure trove of Scottish history. Spending a day here is a challenge only because there...

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Loch Lomond & Trossachs

IIt was the first of Scotland’s National Parks, so it’s no surprise that it includes a fantastic array...

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Loch Katrine

Since Victorian times Loch Katrine has drawn in tourists. This is all thanks to Sir Walter Scott.

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Queen Elizabeth Forest Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is 50,000 acres of stunning forest park.

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The West Highland Way

When it comes to walking destinations, Scotland is an international favourite.

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Glen Lyon

The longest enclosed glen in Scotland, stretching over a massive 32 miles (51 km).

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The Birks of Aberfeldy

A circular walking route that explores mature mixed woodland areas just to the west of Aberfeldy.

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Ben Vorlich

One of two Munros that often appear as an identical pair from a distance.

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Ben Lawers

The highest mountain across the Southern Highlands, the tenth highest Munro,...

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Blair Drummond Safari Park

One of the most popular family days out in Scotland and is definitely not one to be missed...

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Explore Perthshire and Central Scotland

Enjoy a free-range Highland break that will take your breath away - here are a few ideas for your stay....

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Auchingarrich Wildlife Park

Looking for a way to entertain children of all ages? Look no further than Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre.

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Falls of Dochart

Scotland, and more specifically, Stirling, are home to a variety of water features that attract tourists from near and far.

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Killin and Local Walks

We keep a list of some good local walks available for you in the Lodges as well as Ordnance Survey Maps for use during your stay.

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The Crannog Centre

A Crannog is an ancient dwelling built on stilts in the water and you can go onto one and learn about life at Loch Tay many years ago.

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Golf Courses

Killin is one of Scotland’s hidden gems. It offers its visitors a scenic view of the parkland, where they can tee off without a care in the world.

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Highland Safaris

Highland Safaris, winner of the Best Visitor Experience in Scotland offer an exciting combination of exhilarating Land Rover Safaris.

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Taymouth Stables

All riders are welcome to Mains of Taymouth Riding Stables, an independently stables run by a team who are passionate about horses.

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Loch Tay Safaris

Canadian Canoes or open Kayaks can be hired locally from the Outdoor centre and used on the River Lochay where it is quiet flowing into Loch Tay.

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Aberfeldy Road, Killin,
Perthshire FK21 8TX

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