Where does the Rob Roy Way start and finish?

Overview. The Rob Roy Circuit starts and finishes at Callander, easily reached from Glasgow and Edinburgh.

How long does it take to walk the Rob Roy Way?

The Rob Roy Way

Stage descriptions Length Time
Aberfoyle to Callander 15.25km 4.5 – 5 hours
Callander to Strathyre 15km 4 – 5 hours
Strathyre to Killin 21.5km 5 – 6 hours
Killin to Ardtalnaig 19.25km 4 – 4.5 hours

Where can I camp on the Rob Roy Way?

19 campsites near the Rob Roy Way

  • Blair Drummond Caravan Park Stirling, Stirling and Forth Valley.
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  • Aberfeldy Caravan Park Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
  • Blairgowrie Holiday Park Blairgowrie, Perthshire.
  • Campsie Glen Holiday Park Stirling, Stirling and Forth Valley.

Is the Rob Roy Way waymarked?

Unlike Scotland’s “official” long distance paths, the Rob Roy Way has come about through the efforts of enthusiasts and cooperation between walking groups and landowners. This means, for the moment at least, that it is not waymarked, and as a result you need a clear set of directions for the walk.

Can you cycle the Rob Roy Way?

Long sections are shared with Cycle Route 7 so the walking is mainly on tarmac. There are hilly sections between Strathyre and Ardeonaig (Loch Tay), between Ardtalnaig and Aberfeldy, and also on the optional section between Ardtalnaig and Aberfeldy via Glen Almond.

How long is the Cape Wrath trail?

approximately 246 miles
It starts in Fort William and ends at the lighthouse in Cape Wrath. The mileage varies between 230 and 260, because there are so many variations. We covered approximately 246 miles. There are no signs or flashes that point the way, and travellers must for the most part be self-sufficient.

How long is the Cape Wrath Trail?

Can you cycle around Loch Voil?

Loch Voil In The Trossachs Visitors can access the loch via a small single track road from Balquhidder that leads to Inverlochlarig. There are many mountain walks in this area and it is also good for cycling. You can enjoy the scenery around the loch and of the Strathyre Forest or join cycle route 7 in Balquhidder.

How hard is the Cape Wrath Trail?

It runs over 240 miles across the boggy, boulder-strewn wilderness of northwest Scotland – with no signposts and often without any paths whatsoever. It is easily Britain’s toughest long-distance hiking trail, taking 15 to 20 days to complete.

How much does it cost to get to Cape Wrath?

The cost is £20.50 for an adult return including the ferry.

What fish are in loch Earn?

Rainbow trout
Brown troutArctic char
Loch Earn/Fish

Can you swim in Loch Voil?

Loch Voil Expect to have freshwater Loch Voil all to yourself for a wild swim in beautifully calm water amidst towering mountains. From there it’s a 4-mile drive to Loch Voil. Look out for the signpost for The LookOut pavilion, where you can park. Or park at Monachyle Mhor if you’re heading in for food after your swim.