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Killin

Killin

This small and charming village lies in a unique position beside the Falls of Dochart at the western side of the pristine Loch Tay. Visitors will enjoy exploring the nearby mountains, lochs and rivers in the local area – with an abundance of tracks and paths to walk or cycle. Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve is also on the doorstep and is an incredible expanse of nature, with opportunities for wildlife watching.

Loch Tay itself presents visitors with the chance to pursue excellent salmon fishing as well as a number of water sports and loch cruises. There are also a number of areas of historical interest to visit nearby, including the ruins of Finlarig Castle and Moirlanich Longhouse. Killin village offers a number of local eateries and outdoor equipment hire stores, ensuring you’re well prepared to get out exploring.

We love Killin because...

  • Impressive raging waterfall
  • National park on doorstep
  • Nearby to castle ruins
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In and around Killin

Falls of Dochart

There are many viewing points that can be reached to admire these frothing white waters, including the town’s bridge. An interesting historical feature is that the small island of Innis Bhudhe located here is the ancestral burial ground for Clan MacNab, where many clan chiefs were laid to rest on its shores.

Killin Golf Club

A wonderful 9-hole course, offering spectacular views at each hole as well as a decent challenge for veteran golfers and a great spot for beginners to practice their crafts. Described as the ‘most beautiful 9-hole golf course in Scotland’, this small course offers clubs and buggies for hire and features a lovely clubhouse to get a bite to eat after a game.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

This gargantuan national park is a feather in the crown of Scotland, a place of truly phenomenal natural beauty and home to a wealth of activities, walks and cycle routes. The area provides a tranquil ecosystem to a number of wonderful species of animals, which include red squirrels, otters, Scottish wildcats and red deer. The park covers 720 square miles and incorporates craggy cliffs, rolling hills, sparkling lochs and lush grasslands.

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