Hillwalk Tours Scotland Rob Roy Way

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The Rob Roy Way is one of Scotland's Great Trails that stretches for 127km between Drymen and Pitlochry. The trail takes its name from Rob Roy MacGregor and follows the tracks and paths used by this famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century.

The Rob Roy Way was opened in 2002. It crosses the Highland Boundary Fault, a geological fault where the Highlands meet the Lowlands. The route follows old tracks beside rivers and lochs and climbs over a few passes which provide wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.

For history buffs, the route passes many historical sites such as Roman forts and viaducts, crannogs (homes built on lakes), standing stones, forts and stone circles left by prehistoric settlers, military roads and bridges built by English troops during the Jacobite rebellion. In addition, sites of clan feuds and the tales of Rob Roy's adventures add to the charm of this scenic walk.

Choose Gentle, Moderate or Challenging Hikes
9 different itineraries to suit all abilities
Terrain: Mountain paths and forest tracks, slightly rugged in parts.
Regular asphalt hiking on minor roads and cycle paths
Start anytime from Apr-Oct
Waymarking: Good in most places. Detailed route notes and maps will be provided

What's Included in the Price?

Stay in our friendly, family-run guesthouses
Relax in luxurious en-suite bedrooms*
Big breakfasts will keep you going all day long
Luggage? Don't worry, we'll move it for you!
Detailed maps/notes mean you'll never get lost
If you need to contact us, we're here, 24/7
Our waterproof map-case keeps your maps dry
Insider tips on the best places to eat and drink**...


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