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Rob Roy Way

From Drymen to Pitlochry, the Rob Roy Way is a 124km (77 mile) route follows tracks and paths used by the notorious outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor. Sense the romance and history as you travel through glens, along rivers and burns and past mountains and lochs in some of Scotland’s greatest scenery.

At a glance

  • Length: 77 miles / 124 km
  • Passes through: Drymen, Aberfoyle, Callander, Strathyre, Lochearnhead and Killin in the National Park and onto Ardtalnaig, Aberfeldy and Pitlochry in the Highlands.
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The Rob Roy Way travels along part of National Cycle Route 7, forest paths, farmland tracks, dismantled railway track and minor roads. It is not an officially designated route and therefore not managed or maintained by public agencies, but is still a popular route with some service provision along the way.

The route starts at Drymen (on the West Highland Way) in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and ends in the Perthshire town of Pitlochry. It passes through Aberfoyle, Callander, Strathyre, Lochearnhead and Killin in the National Park and onto Ardtalnaig, Aberfeldy and Pitlochry in the Highlands. For a detailed online route map visit www.rucsacs.com.

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