The Lodge - Falls of Aharn - Kenmore

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This is a linear walk which can be converted into a circular one. From the lodge on the A827 an excellent forest road rises gradually uphill. As you continue, intriguing glimpses of Loch Tay appear between the gaps in the trees. As you cross the cattle grid you will leave the trees behind and cross open country to a five-barred gate. From here it is a short downhill walk to a signposted V-junction. Go through the gate and enjoy the contoured path to Balmacnaughton Farm. The views are too numerous to mention. A sturdy bridge takes you across the Ramóny Burn with the option to walk up to the stone circle, worth the effort for the long views towards Schiehallion. The route now drops down to a gate; go through, do not cross the bridge but turn right and walk down the path and across the bridge to view the falls. Carry on, turn right and walk down to the cave. It is now an easy walk out to the minor road, where you turn right and walk through the village. After a short distance the crannog appears on your left. This is well worth a visit at a later date. Continue to the junction and turn left up to the village.

Scotland - Central Scotland - Stirling - Countryside


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Good for Kids, Lake/Loch, Moor, Pub, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Waterfall, Wildlife, Woodland