Linn of Tummel
Linn of Tummel
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Jane M
Glasgow, UK54 contributions
Sep 2020
We walked the circular route from Garry Bridge to Clunie Bridge on the ourskirts of Pitlochry and back - about 8 miles. The start of the walk was a bit confusing as you start off in what feels like the wrong direction but quickly take a right turn to head towards Pitlochry. Stunning view of the pebble strewn River Garry, trails through woodland to the falls on the Tummel and Coronation Bridge. The Clunie footbridge gave stunning views to the hills over Loch Faskally. Surprises were the Clunie Arch near Clunie power station, the flocks of geese on the loch and pretty Dunmore Loch.
Written September 18, 2020
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Pickinmypocket
Glasgow, UK57 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
Just a beautiful spot with roaring waters in a lovely forest. Nothing to do but delight in being there. You can see why they built the great Scottish hydro schemes, the power thundering down the glen is amazing. Lovely old bridge to stand on as well. Just fine.
Written December 13, 2022
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sts421
St. Michaels, MD79 contributions
Sep 2019
Amazing hiking spot! We found this quite by accident turning off the main road can a trip from Edinburgh to Inverness. You're able to go over this very high suspension footbridge with beautiful views through the valley and River beyond. The hike itself was beautiful and nice because it had changes in elevation. Nothing too strenuous. you can walk along the trails up to the visitor center which we found to be closed for some reason. he didn't really need that visitor center though with the beauty that surrounds you up there.
Written October 18, 2019
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KDH1976
Glasgow, UK104 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Went here with my family and a friend. We chose the walk to the Linn of Tummel from the car park. the woodland walk is serene. when the water is low people can go down the river and walk through the pebbly riverbed, some areas are dry. But beware of the slippery pebble on the riverbed under the water, suggest put on your outdoor sandals. Lots of people doing bbq when the water is low. the woodland walk is serene, quiet, shady during warm summer. For those looking for adrenaline rush, you can go bungy jumping.
Written June 4, 2018
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mrsesScotland
scotland7 contributions
Aug 2019
can be a bit of a climb if you are an unfit pensioner, but worth the effort.We had a good look at the falls as there must have been some rain.
part of the path up to it was a bit steep and rocky so good shoes are a must
Written October 8, 2019
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585Rodney585
Farnborough, UK900 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
Having looked for and missed this on more than one occasion we finally found the car park just to the right over the long bridge. We went down quite a lot of steep steps arriving at a spot just under the bridge where I noticed some people walking under the bridge. We turned left and went some way down the path to a junction that was signed 3½ miles to Pitlochry (Too far) and 1½ miles to Killicrankie (again too far) nonetheless we turned in this direction to find people looking out over the river. They were watching youngsters bungee jumping from a gondola under the bridge (now I know where they were headed. We walked someway further on hoping to get down to the river back but to no avail so we retraced our steps and made the climb back up to the car.
Written July 12, 2018
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LIZZIE
Kilmarnock, UK264 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
This is a truly beautiful, peaceful walk. Everywhere you turn, the scenery is spectacular, with mountains, valleys, rivers, woods, it has it all
You can make the walk as short or as long as you wish, as there are many trails offering various levels of difficulty and length. We combined the walk with Faskally Woods to make a circular tour. This place is so worth a visit, in fact, it would be a real shame to visit Pitlochry and not see it
Written November 23, 2017
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634burkeb
Medicine Hat4 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
My husband and I topped off our 4 days hiking in Pitlochry with this route. Started at Festival theatre on south side of River Tummel, headed to Linn of Tummel and crossed River and headed back to Pitlochry passing Faskally Wood. Lovely lunch at marina and fed swans and ducks. Beautiful trees protected us from light rain. Very impressed with views of falls,fall trees turning color, few other folks and well maintained trails, and easy to walk trails. Will return to area again next year for our fourth consecutive holiday in region. We come from Alberta, Canada.
Written September 23, 2017
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Graeme F
Pitlochry, UK124 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
We do this walk often and we are always amazed at how few people we see. There is a wonderful viewpoint here where the 2 rivers meet and the wild Ospreys can be seen on the pylon before you reach Coronation Bridge. They are always breathtaking to watch.
Written June 29, 2017
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Viatori-lasso
United Kingdom466 contributions
Apr 2017 • Family
You can access this great walk from the car park by the Garry Bridge, or from the Foss road from the A9 by the Coronation footbridge (my preferred starting point). It's a nice easy walk along the calm wider stretch of the river, then through really nice woodland, and topped by a wonderful stretch of waterfalls and rapids with fantastic views. The paths and steps are maintained and easy to follow, and its a must do activity each time we visit this part of Scotland, taking around 1-1.5 hours to complete if going slowly and not rushing by the excellent views.
Written April 17, 2017
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