Historic Aberfeldy and Loch Tay
Aberfeldy and Loch Tay
Aberfeldy was one of Robert Burns' favourite places and is a beautiful little town nestled beside Loch Tay, a popular playground of sailors and watersports enthusiasts, and the access point for the beautiful Glen Lyon. The area is often explored with a visit to Pitlochry, which is the town that accesses this area from off the A9
Things to do in Aberfeldy and Loch Tay
Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve
Ben Lawers is the tenth highest Munro and the culminating point of the mountain range that stands on the north side of Loch Tay. It is one of the most popular hill walks in Scotland.
Birks of Aberfeldy Walk
The Birks of Aberfeldy ("birks" means birch or trees in Scottish) is among the most photographed sites in Highland Perthshire. It was made famous by the Scottish national bard, Robert Burns, who visited the area in 1787 with his friend William Nicol. Burns wrote the poem "The Birks o'Aberfeldie."