The climb to the top of Craigower at 407m (1335ft) is certainly worth the stretch for the outstanding views across he surrounding area.
On a clear day there are extensive, stunning views over the surrounding Perthshire countryside, taking in Lochs Tummel and Rannoch and the distant hills of Glencoe.
The hillside is locally important for butterflies, with fourteen species recorded, including the Green Hairstreak in spring and Scotch Argus in the late summer.
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