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Having investigated this area on line and seen that it also has a café we decided to take our dogs for a walk. We arrived to find that the café was shut, it does not open on Tuesday's! It opens between 10 - 4 on...More
I visited here with family and we all had a good cycle and walk through the lovely surroundings. We stopped by the river for a picnic. Lots of people having a dip to cool off in the Scottish summer heat. £2 for the car park...More
A very nice woodland walk to allow a break from travelling. Gorgeous woods, the river running through and the Hermitage itself. If there is one criticism it's that it is a rather short walk unless you want to go through more open countryside. Then again...More
I'd recommend this walk to anyone. Very varied terrain/vegetation and some lovely sights.
Well waymarked but you could find the guidance readily available online useful as it helps you, as well as ensuring you don't miss anything and have some background information.
Usually come here in winter - this is the first time I have visited in summer. The water in the river was well down. But the walk was lovely and a lot quieter than I expected. I am a NT member so was surprised that...More
We stopped here on a guided tour and the first thing our guide told us was to put down our cameras and our phones to simply see with our own eyes, breathe in the fresh air and listen to the woods. She convinced us that...More
Driving from Glasgow to Pitlochery, we decided to make a pit stop at The Hermitage Walk. The entire experience was stimulating and invigorating, with beautiful breathtaking scenery. The stream becomes a mighty roaring waterfall with amazing viewpoints. Not to be rushed! Meditate ...... The walk...More