A pretty loch-side picnic spot where you can relax, stretch your legs and enjoy stunning views across Loch Tay


Unwind by the water

The tree-covered slopes of Drummond Hill above Dalerb are home to the capercaillie, one of Scotland's iconic woodland birds. After being hunted to extinction, they were reintroduced here in 1837. They are very hard to find in the forest – but the life-sized bronze statues at the picnic site should be easy to spot.

Parking (charge) Easy-access facilities Toilets Picnic area Walking

Time for a cuppa

Kenmore is the nearest village to Dalerb, and here you'll find places to eat and drink. Aberfeldy and Killin are also nearby and have a range of places for refreshments.

Car parking

Please note, it’s £2 to park per visit. Find out about pay parking. Your ticket can also be used at Braes of Foss and Queen’s View Visitor Centre before the expiry time.


Due to the prolonged dry spell, the hill water supply which feeds the Dalerb toilet block has run out. Unfortunately we have had to close the toilets until such time as we get sufficient rain. During this period parking will be free.

Walking trails

Cycling trails

Mountain biking trails

Contact: Tay Forest District

Address: Inverpark, Dunkeld

Postcode: PH8 0JR

Telephone: 0300 067 6380


How to get here

Dalerb is seven miles west of Aberfeldy on the A827 to Killin. Carry on for ¼ mile (400m) past the Drummond Hillcar park. The entrance to the car park is at grid reference NN 759 451.

Using SatNav?

PH15 2NX is the nearest postcode.

Public transport

Buses run along the A827 past Dalerb from Kenmore. Visit Traveline Scotland for details.

Nearby places

Drummond Hill has a range of trails to explore, with spectacular views of Loch Tay.

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