In Bridge of Earn, the magnificence of Scotland is on your doorstep. You can easily drive to the Trossachs or Glen Shee, but let us keep you closer to home, also fresher, fitter and with a smaller fuel bill.



Moncrieffe Hill lies to the north of the village and is accessed 1 mile away off the _________. Park the car and ramble up the paths, with increasingly spectacular vistas of Strathearn, through mature mixed forest, to the triangulation point at the west summit of the hill. ( your dog will love it ) You can then walk on round and take your ease with a majestic view of the Tay, looking north to the black pyramid of Lochnagar, 90 miles away above Balmoral Castle.




View from

Kinnoull hill

Similarly, there are walks through Kinoull Hill to the old folly. The folly is set some 700 feet up on sheer cliffs overlooking the Tay from the north. From the top of the hill spectacular views are assured on a fine day to the Tay Estuary and Dundee.


View of

Firth of Tay

To step in the footprints of history, walk the Wallace Road ( named after a forced march of braveheart and his men ) into the Ochil Hills to the south of the village with fabulous views of the Firth of Tay.
These walks would be categorized as " moderate" ( bur who's rushing?) and they can be as long or as short as you wish.