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Hillwalking and Munro Bagging

The Munros are the highest mountains in Scotland, 284 mountain tops named after the man who first catalogued them, Sir Hugh Munro.

John Rooke Corbett was a keen member of the Scottish Mountaineering Club in the mid 20th Century. ‘The Corbetts' is a collective name given to all the distinct mountains in Scotland which are between 2,500 feet and
3,000 feet, and which have a
re-ascent of 500 feet on all sides.

Glen Ogle ('Britain's Khyber Pass')

Glenogle is the route between Lochearnhead and Killin, contains
a spectacular section of the former Callander and Oban railway line, which closed to Crianlarich in 1965 due to a rockfall in Glenogle.

There is a viaduct, which is crossed
by footpath as the former trackbed
has now been transformed into an enjoyable walk suitable for all the family.

Ben Vorlich. Photograph © Ron Allner >
Ben Vorlich with Loch Earn in the foreground. Image copyright Ron Allner of The Studio at Killin in Perthshire
Edinample Castle viewed across Loch Earn. Perthshire Fishing Permits for Loch Earn and Loch Awe are available during the fishing season from Lochearnhead Post office and shop. No rod license is required in Scotland. Loch Earn  contains stocks of brown trout. Charter boats are available to hire at Lochearnhead and shore fishing with a permit is allowed in season.
Watersports on Loch Earn

Loch Earn Watersports Centre, located in nearby St. Fillans, offers a variety of ctivities and facilities.

For more information telephone 0737 7447741.


River and Loch fishing from boat or shore on Loch Earn, River Earn, River Balvaig, Loch Voil and Loch Awe as well as the Tay system.

< Edinample Castle.
Photograph © Helios Internet Systems

32 golf courses, including those at Gleaneagles and St Andrews, are within a 2 hour drive of Lochearnhead.

The nearest golf course is a 9-hole parkland course, 6 miles away at St. Fillans, at the eastern end of Loch Earn.
Clubhouse Tel. 01764 685312
Killin Golf Club, Killin has a 9- hole hilly parkland course.
Clubhouse Tel No 01567 820312.

Useful links for visitor information and more local attractions for guests at Tigh na Crich Bed and Breakfast Accommodation at Lochearnhead in The Trossachs: