Birks of Aberfeldy Walk

Aberfeldy and Loch Tay


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."

It's a 1.5-mile circular walk along the Moness Glen. There are a series of waterfalls suspended through a mature mixed forest. Located on the western outskirts of Aberfeldy. It is possible to take a pleasant walk from the town center or park your car in the parking lot, one mile from the town center.

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