Highland Perthshire stretches North along the A9 from Pitlochry in the South to Aviemore in the North. To the East is the main bulk of the Cairngorms National Park and to the North-West the area incorporates Glencoe and Loch Leven and to the South-west Loch Rannoch, Loch Tummel and Loch Tay. Significant towns include Aberfeldy, Killiecrankie, Kenmore and Dunkeld
Private House Stays has also identified the following for your consideration: Insh Marshes Nature Reserve, Carie Forest Walks, Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve, Faskally Forest Walk, Falls of Bruar Walk, Pass of Killiecrankie and the area round The Queens View Visitor Centre.
There are a couple of excellent Museums in Highland Perthshire. In addition to those linked below, Private House Stays has also identified the Highland Folk Park for your consideration.
There are a number of significant wild flower areas in Highland Perthshire. There is much of the Cairngorm national park where rare species are found but the area is sensitive and controlled at the top of the Cairngorm funicular railway on Cairngorm mountain. The links to Craigellachie National Nature Reserve and Glenmore can be found under the Cairngorm area listing.
In addition to the Tourist attractions linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following for your consideration: Ruthven Barracks, The Blair Athol Distillery, Highland Watersports, The Wallace Tower and The Macpherson Monument. There is also the significant retail park known as The House of Bruar. This is greatly visited and has to be noted even if we are reluctant to list shopping as a tourist attraction!