Regular updates and discussion. Also You Tube videos of Highland Perthshire lots of local videos.
For the Highland Perthshire holiday publications - all the publications can be collected from your accommodation provider, or from the Visit Scotland Information Centres and many other outlets in the area.
A twelve page tourist guide to Highland Perthshire with town maps of Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld, Kenmore, and Pitlochry. It includes an area map showing all the attractions, ideas of what to do and see restaurants and shops.
Local Tourist Business News for 2014- they tell you their news at the start of the 2013 tourism season, in a sixteen page tourism newsletter.
Highland Perthshire lies due north of perth and north of the Highland Fault Line, a geographic fault in the earth's surface that runs from Loch Lomond through Dunkeld and eastwards across Scotland. Have a look at the map showing the Highlands and Lowlands to learn more.
Upon arriving in Highland Perthshire from the south by road or by train, a dramatic change is noticeable in the landscape, with high mountains, deep glens and an abundance of trees. The main A9 trunk road connecting central Scotland to the north of Scotland passes the towns of Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl.
Highland Perthshire is known for its wild life, home to a wide variety of bird life including the Golden Eagle, Osprey, Black Grouse and Capercaillie through to many smaller birds such as Dippers, Tree Creepers, Wood Peckers, etc. Mammals include Red Deer (Britain's largest animal), Roe and Fallow deer, Badgers and Red Squirrels. There are a number of out door tourism businesses based in Aberfeldy, Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl that specialise in looking after people who want to see wildlife in the area.
The Highland Perthshire towns of Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Rannoch are all within a 30 minute drive of each other.
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