Birks of Aberfeldy Circular Walk
Enjoy a series of beautiful waterfalls and peaceful woodland paths on this lovely walk in Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
The walk starts in the car park in Aberfeldy and follows a good footpath along the Moness burn to the Falls of Moness. It's a lovely area with a shaded gorge, the rushing sound of the waterfalls, pretty little wooden bridges over the burn and a variety of birdlife to look out for and listen to. You'll also pass Burns' Seat where Robert Burns is said to have been inspired to write the poem 'The Birks of Aberfeldy' in the late 18th century.
To continue your walking in the area pick up the Aberfeldy to Kenmore Riverside Walk. This will take you west along the River Tay to Kenmore where the river enters the stunning Loch Tay.
PostcodePH15 2BJ - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Birks of Aberfeldy Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Birks of Aberfeldy Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
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Birks of Aberfeldy Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Aberfeldy
- Aberfeldy to Kenmore Riverside Walk - This walk takes you from Aberfeldy to Kenmore along the River Tay and the River Lyon
- Loch Tay - Enjoy a short walk to Loch Tay from the town of Killin in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
- Falls of Dochart - This short walk takes you from the village of Killin to the beautiful Falls of Dochart
- Rob Roy Way - Follow in the footsteps of Robert Roy MacGregor, famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century
- Ben Lawers - Ben Lawers is one of the most popular climbs in Scotland due to the beauty of the surrounding area
- Glen Ogle - This lovely cycling and walking trail takes you along National Cycle Route 7 through the beautiful Glen Ogle
- Loch Earn - Explore the eastern end of Loch Earn and climb to a lovely viewpoint on this short walk
- Loch Freuchie - This walk visits Loch Freuchie in Glen Quaich in Perth and Kinross.
The gorge is a popular place for dog walkers so you'll probably meet other owners on your visit.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Near Kenmore there's the delightful Falls Of Acharn to visit. The scenic spot includes a Victorian 'Hermit's Cave' and some great views back to Ben Lawers from Acharn village.