Clan Ring

A long distance walk of 68 miles which explores the Clan country of the South Highlands region of Scotland. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

Google Maps Open Source Maps

Statistics and Files
Start: Crieff
Distance: 68 miles (109 km)
Grid Ref: NN863216
Climbing: 3,090 metres
Walk time: 26-34 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Clan Ring is a long distance walking route in Perthshire which lies in the Southern Highlands region of Scotland. The route begins in Crieff and explores the Clan country of Strathearn and Loch Earn before cutting across from Balquhidder to Glen Dochart and on to Killin at the south western end of Loch Tay before returning to Crieff. Places visited on the route include Trowan, Craig More, Comrie, St Fillans, Loch Earn, Glen Tarken, Glen Beich, Ceann Creagach, Meall Odhar, Creag Gharbh, Lochan Breaclaich Reservoir, Killin, Glen Dochart, Kirkton Glen, Balquhidder, Rob Roy's Grave, Auchtubh, Lochearnhead, Glen Boltachan, Lord Melville's Monument (Dun More), Dalingross Roman Fort, Auchinggarich Wildlife Centre and Knock Mary. Part of the route follows the Rob Roy Way.

Useful Links:
The Rings of Bredalbane
Long Distance Walkers Association

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