One of the most commonly asked questions in Tourist Information Centres is: “Where can we go for a walk round here?” This just serves to highlight the importance and popularity of getting out for a walk. It’s a natural way to relax, enjoy the outdoors and take in the beauty of your surroundings.
So, whether you want a walking holiday or a holiday with some walking, you won’t find a better selection of walks than we can point you to in the Heart of Scotland. We’ve got everything from Munros to city parks and remote glens to riverside walks.
In addition to the list of walks that we will build over time on this website, there are descriptions of hundreds of walks already in print in various guidebooks, leaflets and on other websites.
- Loch Leven Heritage Trail
- Callander and Killin
- Kinloch Rannoch
- Dunkeld and Birnam
Walking guidebooks for the area, or at least including the Heart 200 area include:
- The Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC) The Munros
- SMC Hillwalkers’ Guide – The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills
- The SMC
The Heart 200 area has two very attractive Long Distance Walking Routes:
- The Cateran Trail– 103-kilometre circuit north from Blairgowrie.
- Rob Roy Way– 127 kilometres from Drymen to Pitlochry.
Main Photo Credit: VS/Kenny Lam