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Gentle trails wind around the hill, rewarding you with stunning views of the beautiful Loch Tay landscape

Drummond Hill

A hill with history

Drummond Hill was probably Scotland’s first managed forest. Sir Duncan Campbell, known as Black Duncan of Breadalbane because of his ruthless character, planted it with oak, birch and Scots pine back in the 17th century. Now it’s a rich habitat that’s home to lots of wildlife, and part of the fascinating heritage of forests that make up Perthshire’s Big Tree Country.

Keep a look out for the boar carvings in stones that mark one of the walks here – they’re based on the boar of the Clan Campbell’s crest.

Find out more about Drummond Hill and the surrounding area with our guide to the Forest Park.


Parking Walking

Need a refreshment?

If you're peckish, Kenmore is the nearest village to Drummond Hill where you can find places to eat and drink. Aberfeldy and Killin are also nearby and have some cafes and pubs where you can grab a refreshment.

Walking trails


Cycling trails


Mountain biking trails


Explore the Iron Age

Highland Perthshire is composed of exciting and dramatic landscapes steeped in history – and none more so than the mountains and glens around Loch Rannoch, Loch Tummel and Loch Tay. Here you can find once mighty hillforts, still commanding fine views over their ancient dominions. Explore further and you can find evidence of many smaller ringforts, duns and crannogs, the fortified homesteads of Iron Age farmers and their kin. For more information download our Explore The Iron Age leaflet.

Contact: Tay Forest District

Address: Inverpark, Dunkeld

Postcode: PH8 0JR

Telephone: 01350 727284

Email: tay@forestry.gsi.gov.uk


How to get here

Drummond Hill is 5½ miles (9 km) west of Aberfeldy on the A827, just past Kenmore. The car park is at grid reference NN 773 461.

Using SatNav?

PH15 2HN is the nearest postcode.

Public transport

Buses stop in Kenmore, just ½ mile (less than 1 km) from Drummond Hill. Visit Traveline Scotland for details.

Nearby places

The pretty loch-side picnic spot of Dalerb is only ¼ mile (500m) from Drummond Hill car park along the A827 towards Killin. Here you'll find picnic tables, places to barbecue and disabled toilets.

 


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