Fishing is a popular outdoor pursuit in Perthshire, and Kinloch Rannoch is an ideal base location to get to some of the favourite fishing hotspots.
If you are looking for a beautiful and gentle cycle route, then the loop around the lock is the perfect cycle route to try out.
Kinloch Rannoch offers some fascinating walking trails where you can experience all that the area has to offer.

Rannoch Highland Gathering as it is also known, is a traditional highland games event. While attracting many visitors

Whatever your interest, the area around Kinloch Rannoch village offers something for everyone to enjoy, with the added bonus of the stunning scenery. There are challenging (and some not so challenging) walks and cycle rides, munros to climb, fishing on one of the many lochs or rivers and stalking and an abundance of wildlife, both flora and fauna, almost everywhere you go. Take a picnic up into the surrounding hills, immerse yourself in the beauty of the area and listen to the silence.

Castles to Explore

While based in Kinloch Rannoch, there is a great choice of places nearby to visit on a day out. There are castles to explore including Blair Castle in Blair Atholl and Castle Menzies near Aberfeldy, unusual sights to see such as the (allegedly) 5,000 year old yew tree in Fortingall conservation village, visit the Pass of Killiecrankie to see the Soldier’s Leap, or visit the Festival Theatre and the Salmon Ladder in Pitlochry.

There is always something going on in the village and notices of events and activities are posted in the window of the Rannoch Country Store.

Loch View
Stunning Views

The name of Kinloch Rannoch comes from the Gaelic term of ‘Ceann Loch’ meaning ‘end of the loch’. With this, Kinloch Rannoch benefits from beautiful loch-side views as well as the stunning countryside.

Lots of Activities

Kinloch Rannoch is a popular place to visit thanks to its picture-postcard views. The area is ideal for tourists as it hosts many activities which makes the most of the great outdoors in all types of Kinloch Rannoch weather.


In the heart of Perthshire, between significant settlements of Perth and Kinross, it is easily accessible. The village provides peace and tranquillity while benefiting from the large towns just a short drive away.

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