When you choose to stay at Killin Log Cabins during your trip to Perthshire, you will be staying in the heart of some of the most beautiful hill walking regions. Set just below Ben Lawers and Tarmachen mountain ranges, Killin Log Cabins offer easy access to many stunning hill walks
Towering above the head of Loch Lomond on the west side, Ben Vorlich is a popular location for hill walking in Perthshire. A day exploring Ben Vorlich is leisurely and suitable for the whole family, with some points being a steep ascent. At the peak, there are stunning views, and the highest summit is 943m.
The route up Ben Vorlich offers a dramatic backdrop to Loch Lomond and the surrounding areas of woodland. This popular walk is hailed for its unique wildlife, and during a day on Ben Vorlich, you could come across black grouse, ptarmigans, eagles, pine martens, mountain hares, red deer and many more intriguing creatures.
Ben Lawers is the tenth highest Munro and is the culminating point of a mountain range that sprawls across the north side of Loch Tay. It is one of the most popular walking hills in Scotland and for good reason. It is not only renowned for its excellent walking route, but also for its arctic-alpine flora.
Killin Log Cabins are based just below Ben Lawers, and there is a car park at the base of the summit, which is an ideal starting point for a hill walk.
This impressive Munro is one of Scotland’s best known walking hills, and is one of the easiest to climb, making it perfect for the whole family. The majority of the route is pathways along the form of a broad ridge. Interestingly, contour lines were invented in the mountain of Schiehallion as an experiment to determine the Earth’s mass. Schiehallion is not just a wonderful hill walk, but it also has a striking appearance that stands apart from its neighbouring Munros.