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Glen Ogle to Ardtalnaig

Approximate Length: 19km
Approximate Height Gained:
Nearest Town: Killin / Aberfeldy
Nearest Postcode: FK21 8SZ

The first part of the Rob Roy Way to enter Highland Perthshire.

From Glen Ogle, just south of Killin, this section of the Rob Roy Way passes to the east of the village high above Loch Tay, before descending to the beautiful lochside locations of Ardeonaig and Ardtalnaig.  There is an option to go into Killin itself where there are shops, attractions and accommodation.

Picture opposite © Colin Park and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.  The picture gallery has a larger version of this lovely view.



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This guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on the Rob Roy Way: section descriptions cover distance, terrain and food/drink; visitor attractions, side-trips and hills to climb; planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane; section on Rob Roy MacGregor, written by Rennie McOwan; background on pre-history, heritage and wildlife; drop-down map showing the Rob Roy Way in five panels (1:110,000); in full colour, with over 75 photographs.


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