Lovely place to visit and worth the drive. Spectacular views and wonderful staff to inform you all about the area.
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Informative Visitors Centre pleasantly located overlooking Tha River Garry at the site of famous Jacobite battle. Beware the surrounding pathway which is uneven and somewhat unsafe.
Beautiful walk just as the colours were beginning to turn for autumn. Past the Visitors Centre you go over the bridge and follow a clear path which has some steep steps up & down to the Soldiers Leap. Then you can go down to the...More
The pass of Killiecrankie is steeped in history, which is explained in the visitor centre. There are waymarked paths to Soldier's Leap and down to the bottom of the gorge. There are a lot of steps to get down but they are very safe. Once...More
Yes, it could be said that Killiecrankie will always be the same but every visit is different in reality ... and it all depends on the season; weather; and water levels. We usually pass through on a circular walk from Tenandry (having parked at the...More
A great place to see autumn colour overlooking the river. Short walk to Soldier’s leap another good viewpoint. Lots of steps down, some now quite deep and difficult to negotiate for anyone with limited mobility. Could do with some path maintainence. Parking charge £2 for...More
Parking costs £2 unless you are a member of The National Trust. There is a small display outlining the history of the place. The walk down gives some lovely view points and some seats are provided.
Having passed this site many times in the past, we eventually got to see it. Saw the " Soldiers Leap " and wonder how anyone could jump the distance. Didn't see any salmon in the river Garry but we did see an otter, which was...More
Lovely walk but hilly and the path is very rocky in places. Well worth it for the views and to read the story.