Kinloch Rannoch Walks

With its beautiful natural scenery, as well as its historical importance, Kinloch Rannoch offers some fascinating walking trails where you can experience all that the area has to offer. Whether you prefer loch-side views, dramatic peaks or getting lost in forest trails, Kinloch Rannoch has the perfect walking trail for you. With a range of different walks, there is always a walk you can complete regardless of the Kinloch Rannoch weather and whichever season you visit.

Best Kinloch Rannoch walks

Kinloch Rannoch Nature Trail

For a short walk to help you get acquainted with the village, the Kinloch Rannoch Nature Trail is ideal. Taking around an hour and covering just over two-miles, the circular route gives you a glimpse of the different aspects of Kinloch Rannoch. The trail begins in the village square, taking you past a waterfall and a well to Loch Rannoch. From the loch, head past the hydro-power plant to head into the woods. The woodland trail starts to follow the river taking you back into the village.

The forest walk

For a longer walk, but still having clearly marked paths and tracks, the Loch Rannoch Forest walk is ideal. Many start this walk in the Loch Rannoch Forest car park. Taking around two hours to complete, the walk is relatively easy but makes to most of the beautiful views of the loch and a fascinating trail through ancient woodland. On the walk, people can see waterfalls and native woodland. There are also picnic tables available as well as a shelter, just in case the Kinloch Rannoch weather takes a turn for the worst.

MacGregor’s Cave

Just a short distance from Kinloch Rannoch is MacGregor’s Cave, a site of historical importance. It was here that outlawed clan members hid. In Victorian times, the cave was improved to be a perfect place to take guests, making it ideal for picnics and walks. The walk in just over three miles long and provides beautiful views of Dunalasdair Water, the River Tummel and Loch Rannoch.

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