GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Rob Roy Way

79 miles (127 km)

Follow in the footsteps of Robert Roy MacGregor, famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century. The walk takes you across the Southern Highland of Scotland taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Starting from Drymen on the West Highland Way it goes north east to finish in Pitlochry.
The path passes a series of beautiful Lochs including Loch Venachar, Loch Tay and Loch Earn. You will also pass a series of spectacular waterfalls such as the Falls of Dochart and The Falls of Moness. There is also a waterside section along the River Tay with the Cairngorm mountains making a splendid backdrop.

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Photos

Lochan Allt a' Chip Dhuibh - geograph.org.uk - 193072

Lochan Allt a' Chip Dhuibh. On the Rob Roy Way from Aberfoyle. The notice reads "Stank - No Fishing "

View towards Aberfeldy - geograph.org.uk - 1129195

View towards Aberfeldy. Looking down towards Aberfeldy from the Way above the Tay valley.

Stile on the Rob Roy Way - geograph.org.uk - 194749

Stile on the Rob Roy Way near Inchmahome Priory, Loch Venachar and Loch Drunkie in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

Garrow, Glen Quaich - geograph.org.uk - 1551952

Garrow, Glen Quaich. The River Quaich is crossed by a narrow bridge at this point. The track takes you to Tirchardie and is part of the Rob Roy Way.

A827 crosses the Rob Roy Way - geograph.org.uk - 2312602

A827 crosses the Way at Grandtully.

Track through trees - geograph.org.uk - 1129179

Track through trees. This track through woodland above the Tay valley forms part of the Way.

Tributary burn of Allt Meall nan Damh - geograph.org.uk - 228197

Tributary burn of Allt Meall nan Damh. Near the Way south of Ardeonaig.

Rob Roy Way - geograph.org.uk - 632993

The Long Distance Footpath follows this road for part of the way from Glen Quaich to Kenmore. The mountains in the distance are the group north of Glen Lyon including Schiehallion to the right of centre.