With breathtaking scenery, majestic mountains, historic castles and an abundance of wildlife, Loch Tay is a superb location for highland touring and sightseeing in Scotland.
While Loch Tay doesn’t inhabit any sea monsters, anglers can often be seen out on the open waters during the fishing season and there are plenty of watersport activities running across the Loch. As the surrounding area remain uncommercialised, there is nothing nosier than a few canoes floating by so guests often find a beautiful spot loch-side where they can unwind.
If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, Ben Lawers is the highest mountain in Perthshire and rises 3984 feet above Loch Tay. Together with the neighbouring mountains, Ben Lawers is part of an important nature reserve with 19,000 acres now administered by the National Trust for Scotland and the Nature Conservancy Council. Although its flora are protected from sheep, an increasing numbers of hill walkers are attracted by the relatively easy climbs and great views which create other problems. There is an information centre on the Bridge of Balgie road with trails leading
With so much beauty and nature to explore, Loch Tay Highland Lodges is the ideal place for an unforgettable lochside holiday.