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Burn running through glen at Tyndrum


Situated 5 miles north of Crianlarich, Tyndrum is in the heart of hillwalking country around Glen Lochy.

The village is a popular stopover point on the West Highland Way with a wide range of accommodation including hotels, guest houses and campsites.

The village has a history of lead mining and the nearby rivers are popular spots for gold panners – if you have a go you might find some flecks, or even a nugget!

Did you know? Tyndrum is built over the battlefield where Clan Macdougall defeated Robert the Bruce in 1306 AD.

Tyndrum is the smallest town in the UK with more than one railway station.

Landmarks and Attractions

St Conan's Kirk

St Conan’s Kirk is a remarkable church located near Tyndrum, renowned for its unique architecture and picturesque setting overlooking Loch Awe.

Battle of Dalrigh

The Battle of Dalrigh was a historic conflict that took place near Tyndrum in the 13th century between Scottish Clans. Legend has it that the sword of Robert The Bruce is still present and hidden beneath the surface nearby.

Tyndrum village

With its proximity to hiking trails, fishing spots, and natural attractions, Tyndrum serves as an ideal base for exploring the beauty and adventure of the surrounding Highland wilderness.