Rob Roy Way

Walking Holiday

Walkers Ways specialise in organising self-guided walking holidays on the Rob Roy Way, between Drymen and Pitlochry amidst beautiful scenery. Start planning your walking holiday now and check out our route options below or if you have your own requirements contact us and we will be happy to help. If you are looking to have a longer holiday we also arrange rest nights or extra nights either side of your walk.

What’s in the walking holiday package:

Carefully selected Hotels, Guest house’s & Bed & Breakfasts with full Breakfast
Daily Luggage transfers to each accommodation
Your own itinerary with directions to each accommodation with detailed guide book & map
Transfers to accommodation if required along the route
A one to one personal service

What’s not in the walking holiday package:

Holiday & cancellation insurance (recommended you arrange your own)
Evening meals or packed lunches (available at each stop)
Transport to Drymen and from Pitlochry

Route Options

Prices are based on two people sharing a room. Additional nights can be added at any stage along the walk for an additional £45.00 per person per night.

As there is no accommodation in Ardtalnaig you will be collected and transferred to the nearest village with accommodation and returned to Ardtalnaig to continue your walk the next day.

Approx distances and prices

RRW1 – 6 Days/6 Nights – from £380.00pp

Drymen ⇒ Aberfoyle – 11 miles
Aberfoyle ⇒ Strathyre – 18.5 miles
Stratyre ⇒ Killin – 12.5 miles
Killin ⇒ Ardtalnaig – 11.5 miles
Ardtalnaig ⇒ Aberfeldy – 14 miles
Aberfeldy ⇒ Pitlochry – 9.5 miles

RRW2 – 7 Days/7 Nights – from £420.00pp

Drymen ⇒ Aberfoyle – 11 miles
Aberfoyle ⇒ Callander – 9.5 miles
Callander ⇒ Strathyre – 9 miles
Stratyre ⇒ Killin – 12.5 miles
Killin ⇒ Ardtalnaig – 11.5 miles
Ardtalnaig ⇒ Aberfeldy – 14 miles
Aberfeldy ⇒ Pitlochry – 9.5 miles
A single supplement may apply.

The Rob Roy Way

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The Rob Roy Way is a Scottish long distance walk that runs from Drymen to Pitlochry. The path was created in 2002 and runs for 77 miles.

The route crosses the highland boundary fault, a geographical fault where the highlands meet the lowlands. It provides spectacular views overlooking Loch Lubnaig, Loch Earn, Loch Venacher and Loch Tay.

The way takes its name from the famous folk hero and outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor of the early 18th Century, it traverses countyside that he knew well and travelled frequently.

Besides Drymen and Pitlochry the Rob Roy Way also passes through Aberfoyle, Callander, Strathyre, Killin, Ardtalnaig and Aberfeldy.

The route begins through the forests of the Trossachs before a long stretch of cycleway that leads through fine Glens to Killin. The route then climbs high into the hills before descending to follow the quiet and attractive road along the southern shores of Loch Tay. The main route then takes in a fine terrace with magnificent views before descending to Aberfeldy before the final stretch along the river and over the moors to Pitlochry.