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Stunning Loch Tay in Autumn - Walks near Balquhidder Mhor Lodges
There is a beautiful walk, starting in Killin, and following the old railway line along the south side of Loch Tay which takes in a Victorian railway bridge, a confluence of two rivers, and sandy beeches with spectacular views. Killin is about a 15 minute scenic drive from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges.
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Balquhidder Church - Waterfalls on the path up to Creag an Tuirc
Balquhidder Church is probably best known for the last resting place of Rob Roy MacGregor, but if you do get a chance to visit, be sure to also take a walk up to the magnificent waterfalls that lie behind the Church.
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The hill above Balquhidder Mhor Lodges - Meall Reamhar
We have a great photo taken from the top of the hill that can be seen from the decking of both Balquhidder Mhor Lodges, looking directly north from the lodges. The name of the hill is Meall Reamhar. Whilst only 2219 feet tall, it still presents a spectacular view of the snow capped Munros to the north
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Things to do around Balquhidder Mhor Lodges - Balquhidder
Both a glen and village, Balquhidder is located west of the A84, between Strathyre and Lochearnhead. The kirkton or village lies at the head of Loch Voil and has the remains of a number of pre-historic sites including a stone circle, the Puidrac Stone, and a Neolithic burial chamber cairn to the east. The glen extends 12 miles west passing Loch Voil and Loch Doine before the road ends with a public car park. Balquhidder in Scottish Gaelic is Both Chuidir or Both Phuidir meaning the hut of ‘Cuid...
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Callander  - The Gateway to the Highlands
Just a beautiful 20 minute drive south along the shore of Loch Lubnaig from Balquhider Mhor Lodges is the picturesque town of Callander. A Scottish market town, it is most closely associated with the infamous Rob Roy Macgregor, Scotland’s favourite outlaw who was born and lived nearby. Discover the Rob Roy story, buy Scottish crafts and local produce in the bustling high street, and then escape to the peaceful banks of the River Teith for an impromptu picnic.
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