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Most of todays sporting pursuits can be carried out in the Perthshire area, with many companies wanting to give you the ultimate thrill, and the most enjoyable day out in Perthshire.
The heart of Highland Perthshire in Scotland is not only a great place for activities and outdoor pursuits, it is also one of those parts of Scotland that seems to have something for everyone – simply a lovely part of the world to spend a day or a week in pursuit of the great outdoors.
Here in Perthshire you’ll find world class fishing, shooting, walking routes ranging from waymarked forest trails to lofty treks in the mountains, great cycling routes both on and off road and an unsurpassed range of golf courses to satisfy all abilities.
Quad treks are available all year round! Treks run at various times throughout the day and are adapted to suit all levels of ability. There is something for everyone whether a corporate event, family day out or a bunch of friends looking for fun and adventure!
The bungee jump is now open. The first purpose built bungee in the UK! The 154ft bungee jump is built on the Garry Bridge. Highland Fling are very much looking forward to seeing people throw themselves off the bridge... connected to a rope, of course!
One of the main attractions of Pitlochry. “What Pitlochry proves is that theatre can be popular and good… a comment not just on the play, but on the infectious nature of the pleasure principle which permeates the whole Pitlochry Festival.” Michael Billington.
Aberfeldy is a traditional highland distillery renowned for the production of a single malt whiskey of exceptional quality. If you are considering a trip to Dewar’s World of Whisky, there are so many things to see and do you may not be able to decide.
Blair Castle’s history extends over some 740 years, during which time it has welcomed countless generations of visitors. At the gateway to the Grampian Mountains on the route north to Inverness, the location was highly strategic.
This extremely popular event runs from October until early November each year with an extravaganza of lighting and music as you walk through the woods. Some 80,000 people attend the Enchanted Forest each year.
At Edradour they hold the proud distinction of being the smallest distillery in Scotland. They are also the last original ‘farm’ distillery in Perthshire. You’ll find Edradour nestling in a pocket glen in the hills above Pitlochry in the Southern Highlands.
Etape Caledonia Closed Road Cycle Challenge is Britain’s first and currently only closed road timed cycle event which is open to the ordinary cyclist. The route takes in 81 miles of Highland Perthshire, starting and finishing in Pitlochry.
The Dougie MacLean Festival’ – Pitlochry is very fortunate to be the base for this fabulous music festival of one of Perthshire’s finest musicians. The event takes place for 10 days in a variety of venues across Highland Perthshire each autumn.
Runs on the same nights as the Enchanted Forest until 8pm each night. Its prime purpose was to add to the experience of those who came to Pitlochry each year for the Enchanted Forest, by having a number of events actually in Pitlochry’s main street.
Pitlochry Golf is one of the finest inland golfing facilities in Scotland and we welcome everyone to be a part of our great golfing experience – from the fantastic course to our state of the art clubhouse serving great food and drink and hospitality.
The Pitlochry Highland Games Committee have always tried to make sure the games are run along the lines of a traditional Highland Games with competitors coming from all over Scotland. Takes place on the second Saturday in September.
Atholl Road, Pitlochry’s main street, is closed to traffic from 2pm to 4pm on New Year’s Day and everyone literally Ceilidhs. The local Butchers MacDonalds Bros supply gallons of hot soup, sausage rolls, pies.
Pitlochry is famous for its hydro-electric dam and salmon ladder. The ladder was specially constructed to enable salmon to by-pass the dam and make their way upstream to Loch Faskally above. Around 5,000 salmon to return to their spawning grounds each year.
Once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, Scone Palace occupies a unique position in the history of Scotland. A breathtakingly beautiful place of power and mystery and the rightful home of the celebrated Stone of Scone – also known as the Stone of Destiny.
Held at Pitlochry Festival Theatre in January, this four day festival of literature and the spoken word brings together authors, journalists, poets and even the odd politician for an entertaining and enlightening series of talks, lunches, workshops, book signings and events for children.