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Walk, run or cycle the Rob Roy Way

The Rob Roy Way is a popular Scottish long-distance trail that extends 79 miles (127km) northwards from Drymen in Stirlingshire to Pitlochry in Perth and Kinross. The way starts on pleasant forestry trails before a section of cycle way through glens to Killin. The route then heads into the hills then returns to lower terrain along the shores of Loch Tay. The waymarked walk continues through the attractive town of Aberfeldy and continues along a river and over moorland to reach Pitlochry.


You can walk the full route over seven days with distances of between nine and 15 miles. The total elevation over the full trail is little more than 2300 metres. Some days have as little as 150 metres of elevation. If you choose to run or cycle the route, you will most likely cover more miles each day and that means you will complete the full route in a faster time.

 

You are recommended to allow time in each overnight location to explore and also make sure you give yourself time to visit attractions along the route.

 

Highland Transfers offers support and luggage transfer for people who would like to walk, run or cycle the Rob Roy Way and our experts can advise on where to stay and what to do during your Scottish holiday. We arrnage your luggage transfers and can assist with accommodation so that you are free to simply walk, run or cycle.

 

Have a read of our blog: 9 great reasons to walk, run or cycle the Rob Roy Way. You can also call us at Highland Transfers to discuss your ideas for a holiday on the Rob Roy Way. 

How to walk, run or cycle the Rob Roy Way

Find out more about the Rob Roy Way

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