All of Scotland can be found in this jewel of Highland Perthshire. To the west in Killin are the famous Falls of Dochart, and a variety of local walks. Bikes and canoes are available for hire. Various events are held throughout the year and include a music festival, highland games and agricultural show.
To the east the villages of Acharn and Kenmore also have lovely walks which include the Falls of Acharn with its Hermit’s cave. Walks by the river and on Drummond Hill give spectacular views. There are several places to eat in Kenmore. Bikes and boats are for hire and the chance of a Loch Tay Safari. A trip to Fortingall or up Glen Lyon will no doubt include a visit to the Fortingall Yew, one of the oldest trees in Europe.
Further east in Aberfeldy are the Birks Cinema, Watermill bookshop, Aberfeldy Distillery and lots of coffee shops. In Pitlochry there is the Festival Theatre, the Explorers Garden and the salmon ladder and much more, all in a lovely Victorian town. In October there is the spectacular Enchanted Forest light festival.
Emmaus Adventure is a local guiding company who know the best places and best way to explore the hills and waterways of Loch Tay and Highland Perthshire. Visit their website.
Ardtalnaig itself is the home of the Kindrochit Quadrathlon and across the loch from the magnificent Ben Lawers range of 6 Munros.