Where to start: You’ll find pay-and-display parking by the Tourist Information Centre, or in the Ferry Road car park, a few minutes into the walk.
Along the way: Crossing the River Tummel via the suspension bridge that opened on Empire Day 1913, this route follows the Rob Roy Way uphill through the Fonab Forest to the Clachan an Diridh stone circle. As it pulls out into open moorland, there are views towards Ben Nevis and Glencoe in one direction, with Cairngorm peaks serrating the opposite horizon. After descending back into Pitlochry, a riverside detour takes you to the dam built to create Loch Faskally, with a fish ladder constructed to allow salmon to pass through. The 310-metre, 34-pool ladder has two viewing windows for visitors to watch the salmon migrating upstream in autumn.
In a nutshell: Another walk of panoramic views, pulling gently uphill through woods and around a high heather-clad plateau before descending to Pitlochry.