Dun Coillich towers over Glengoulandie and hosts many waymarked walks - some of which lead directly to Schiehallion.
There are an abundance of walks in the area - including many of the Munros. The Ben Lawers Loop starts just 30 minutes away.
Kenmore is just 6 miles away and is the gateway to Loch Tay. As well as the Tay Forest Park and the Crannog Centre (pictured), you can also take a boat trip with Loch Tay Safaris or hire a boat at the Loch Tay Boating Centre.
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There's lots to do in and around Aberfeldy:
Castle Menzies is a spectacular sixteenth century Scottish castle.
Discover some of Perthshire’s most fascinating plants and wildlife at the magical Cluny House Gardens.
The Watermill Bookshop, Gallery & Cafe is a three-storey former oatmeal mill.
The Birks of Aberfeldy is a relaxing woodland area with spectacular falls.
Try a local tipple at Dewars Distillery.
It doesn't have to be a rainy day to enjoy a movie at Aberfeldy's independent cinema The Birks.
Pitlochry is a very popular tourist town, whose highlights include local shopping,
Pitlochry Dam Power Station and Fish Ladder (pictured) and Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
The area to the North of Pitlochry is rich with areas of interest. Blair Castle is home to 19 generations of the Stewarts and Murrays of Atholl. The House of Bruar is popular for highland clothing, local foods and giftwares.
Faskally Woods is an extensive woodland area within the Tay Forest Park on the banks of Loch Dunmore. Every year it plays host to the world-famous Enchanted Forest (pictured).
It's a beautiful drive to Rannoch Station. Its remote location on Rannoch Moor is very picturesque. The station has a Tea Room and Visitors Centre. You can also take the train to Mallaig - which passes over the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct.