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Sma' Glen to Loch Tay

Highland Perthshire Cycling

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Walking and Cycling

Sma' Glen to Loch Tay



Approximate Length: 27km
Approximate Height Gained:
Nearest Town: Dunkeld & Birnam
Nearest Postcode: PH8 0EQ

Sma' Glen to Loch Tay at EveryTrail

Right at the southern edge of Highland Perthshire - a stunning route.

A dramatic route which links the breathtaking Sma' Glen to Loch Tay at Ardtalnaig. Most of the track is good with a short rough patch.  There is a car park close to the start at Newton Bridge.

 

For a shorter easier route, go as far as the former crofting community of Auchnafree, returning by the same route (zoom in on map to see Auchnafree).

 

 

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