Killecrankie is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has much historical significance. It is a village in Perth and Kinross in Scotland that is home to a power station that forms part of Tummel's hydroelectric scheme. Much of the riverbank is owned by the National Trust for Scotland. 

Killecrankie in autumn is the most colorful time. Visitors can enjoy the autumn leaves from the green pedestrian bridge. Many wild animals can be seen in the area, including red squirrels, woodpeckers, and pine marten.

Besides, the first shots were fired at Killiecrankie on 27 July 1689, one of the bloodiest battles in Scottish history.

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