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  • Evening at the Linn of Tummel
    Evening at the Linn of Tummel© The National Trust for Scotland
  • The Garry Bridge
    The Garry Bridge© The National Trust for Scotland
  • The view across Perthshire countryside
    The view across Perthshire countryside© The National Trust for Scotland
  • The rapids at the River Tummel
    The rapids at the River Tummel © The National Trust for Scotland
  • Red Squirrel feeding
    Red Squirrel feeding© Laurie Campbell

At the Linn of Tummel you can enjoy a beautiful circular woodland walk alongside the contrasting rivers of the slow flowing gentle Garry and the fast-flowing Tummel, rushing over rapids.

The property and its setting exemplifies the basic elements of the much-lauded Highland Perthshire scenery. There is a large area of mixed woodland and fields here, which are home to a rich variety of wildlife.

Excellent views of the property and of Killiecrankie can be obtained from the Garry Bridge, and you can admire the early example (1910) of a fish pass, built to bypass the previously larger Falls of Tummel.

You can also extend your walk by linking into the Pitlochry walks network.


National Trust for Scotland, Cashmere Scarf

National Trust for Scotland, Cashmere Scarf

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Trust places nearby

  • Craigower
    CraigowerCraigower Woodland Countryside Near pitlochry, perthshire
    PH16 5LY
  • Killiecrankie Events2
    KilliecrankieKilliecrankie Battlefield Pitlochry, perthshire
    PH16 5LG
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29 Jul
  • Linn of Tummel: all year daily
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  • Admission is free, but visitors are encouraged to support our work by joining or making a donation.