Whenever we visit Perthshire, we walk here. I have known it from a child and it never disappoints. Sometimes you get less water (as it was earlier this month) but other times the falls can be thundering through, below the Hall - as it was in April. It is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and there is a car parking fee - which we never mind paying. Free, of course, if you are members!
There are numerous walks - too many to mention here. Pick up a walks leaflet at most local tourist boards. Look out for notices though because the woods are working woods and sometimes tracks are shut off.
Close to the Hall, there is a notice board which identiies a "stately Douglas fir" that measure at "64.5 metres/ 212ft". They sometimes state "one of the tallest trees in Britain" - whereas it was once quoted as the tallest.
Anyway .... always worth a visit and it is a level walk from the car park to the Hall and it's viewing platform.
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