Enjoy quiet roads for cycling

Outdoor Activities

There is no shortage of things to do in the Rannoch and Tummel area.  We've got it all, whether you're a keen hiker, biker, Munro-bagger or nature-lover. There's also archery, angling, stalking and shooting, with mountains, moors and Loch Rannoch on our doorstep.

Guided Tours are available from Highland Travel or you can take the train to Corrour and walk back to Rannoch Station, around 9 miles, or stay on the train to Fort William and Mallaig as a day trip from remote Rannoch Station.

Children's Play Park in Kinloch Rannoch village - There is a well-equipped children's play park next to the Old Church of Rannoch, south of the river and near the Country Store.

There are lots of places to picnic with the family.  But leave no trace and take only photos and memories away with you.

Let's Keep Scotland's Outdoors Special 

A guide to how to enjoy the countryside while respecting the people who live and make their living there and other holiday makers.  You will have heard about the “right to roam” – but what we actually have in Scotland is a right to responsible access.

Take a walk on the wild side!



Take a ride on the wild side!


Water sports equipment such as paddle boards


The red deer stag season runs from July 1st to October 20th but mostly happens from August onwards and the last three weeks are particularly important in this glen.   Hind (female red deer) stalking takes place from October 21st to February 15th.

Deer Stalking

Rannoch Hills