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.
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