Angling Club. Pitlochry Angling Club offers a variety of
salmon, trout and grayling fishing around Pitlochry, Perthshire
in the Highlands of Scotland. The Club waters have a high reputation
and include stretches of the River Tummel and River Garry.
must for any visitor to Pitlochry is one of the best-loved attractions,
Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder. Here you will be enthralled by
the sight of salmon negotiating the specially constructed ladder
allowing them to bypass Pitlochry Dam into man made Loch Faskally.
in the Pitlochry area is complete without a visit to "
Theatre in the Hills ". The Pitlochry Festival Theatre
lies on the banks of the River Tummel and is internationally
renowned for its fine repertoire of drama and comedy.
Walks. The six walks range from 3 to 11.5 miles. They offer
lowland, upland, river and lochside, and woodland and hard road
characteristics. They never stray far away from Pitlochry itself
and the walks can be interchanged to suit your time and preferences.
is the conservation village of Moulin,
where a church has stood for at least 1400 years. West of Pitlochry
stands the richly sculptured Pictish Dunfallandy Stone. To the
north is the beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie.
The story of the famous battle in this tree-lined gorge is a
feature of the visitor centre. North again is Blair
Castle, the magnificent seat of the Dukes of Atholl with
32 rooms open to the public and a wealth of arms, porcelain,
Golf Course. Half mile from centre of Pitlochry. Tel: 01796
is very accessible by road, being only 45 minutes up the A9
International and national airlines are available at Edinburgh
and Glasgow. Main-line rail services to and from England via
Edinburgh and Glasgow call frequently at Pitlochry. Coaches
connect through Glasgow and Edinburgh to and from the south.
almost be overwhelmed by the sheer choice of things to see and
do in the Pitlochry area. Walking, fishing, golfing and a host
of sightseeing activities. It's a great place to visit, and
great base location !!