The beautiful Falls of Dochart run through the small town of Killin, in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
Located at the western end of Loch Tay, the famous white waters of the Falls of Dochart can be viewed from the village’s bridge.
Admire the misty spray rising in the air as the waters of the river crash into the rocks then flow around the Islands of Inchbuie, known as the traditional and ancient burial place of Clan Macnab.
Kenmore is a small village in Perthshire, which is a popular centre for activities on Loch Tay.
This beautiful village is at the northern end of the14-mile long Loch Tay. It’s great for activities on and around the Loch itself, such as sailing, canoeing, water-skiing, jet-biking, or for the more leisurely, fishing or golfing! There’s a couple of local Hotels and The Courtyard restaurant, so plenty choice for eating out. And if you’re looking to buy gifts or great fresh local produce, pop into The Courtyard shop.
The main attraction is the Scottish Crannog Centre, one of the country’s top heritage sites where you can discover what life was like over 2500 years ago! This reconstructed thatched wooden house is built on stilts over the water, with a gangway that would have been lifted up in the event of danger.