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Kinloch Rannoch


A truly magical area of Scotland, Rannoch and surrounding Rannoch Moor is made up of towering mountains and glistening lochs.

Situated in Highland Perthshire, Rannoch Moor is one of the last true wildernesses in Europe, stretching out to the north and west from Rannoch Station.

The area is popular with walkers and cyclists. Take the 7 mile walk round Loch Ossian or the 9 mile walk to Corrour for a stop at the station café for a well-earned rest.

Munro baggers will find Schiehallion here, one of Scotland’s most famous hills and a relatively easy climb.

Landmarks and Attractions

Kinloch Rannoch

A picturesque village nestled amidst the stunning scenery of Highland Perthshire. Surrounding by the mountains and lochs, including Loch Rannoch, the village offers visitors opportunities for outdoor adventures such as hiking fishing and wildlife watching.

Rannoch Moor

A vast and wild expanse of moorland located near Kinloch Rannoch. Stretching for miles in all directions, the moor is home to diverse flora and fauna, including rare bird species and iconic Highland wildlife.

Kinloch Rannoch

This is the area where the iconic Craigh Na Dun was featured in Outlander, believed to have mystical properties and connections to Scotland’s ancient past.