An interesting walk up the rivers Tummel and Garry from Pitlochry. Pity the visitor centre will be closed until April.
We enjoyed walking round the scenic footpaths but were disappointed the centre was closed in winter months.
This is a truly stunning place- we visited in early November and the colours were amazing. The walks are gentle and it's worth paying the 50p for the map and guide at the visitor centre. The major downside for us was that it bills itself as being best in the autumn, but the visitor centre shuts in the last weekend... More
After walking just under four miles from Pitlochry to Killiecrankie we were amazed to find the toilets closed until April. this could only happen in Scotland. The visitors centre car park was busy on Saturday afternoon so come on, get your act together and open at least over the weekend. This doesn't give a good impression to foreign visitors. Scenery... More
We didn't walk all the way down to Soldiers Leap because it was raining heavily, but even through the raindrops, the places we did walk to were beautiful
The 'summery' autumn had just ended in a downpour day but the rain glistening on the trees and the somewhat spooky atmosphere of trees emerging from the rising mists as the weather improved made for a rather different walk this year. Need to be quite nimble on the feet at times but was very pleased with photos I took and... More
We often 'take in' the Soldier's Leap at Killiecrankie as part of a circular walk we do from Tenandry (parking in the small parking area close to Garry Bridge (B8019). We have seen it in all weathers and it great most times, especially after rain. The most accessible route is to park at the Killiecrankie Visitors' Centre and follow the... More
Visited in autumn to see the tree colours. Lovely walks by river. Started from visitor centre and a little steep at start but not too strenuous.
Enjoyed a visit here with 15 year old son. Pass of Killiecrankie and Soldiers leap very picturesque. Visitor Centre interesting. Small cafe on site offering drinks, soups, sandwiches and paninis etc.
The visitor centre is very good and has lots of wildlife information which children would enjoy, including some interactive games. The close circuit TV also shows some interesting views. From the balcony there are close up views of bird feeders and it is enjoyable to watch the birds come and feed. The walk to the "leap" is very uneven and... More
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