We keep a list of some good local walks available for you in the Lodges as well as Ordnance Survey Maps which you are invited to borrow during your stay. If you enjoy walking there are walks to suit everyone, from gentle strolls which are pushchair friendly (some originally designed for Queen Victoria), to challenging hill walking and Munros.
Killin Highland Lodges sit at the base of the Tarmachan Mountains and a gate at the back of the Lodge gives you easy access.
The nearby Lawers Visitor Centre provides information and route maps. The Killin Outdoor Centre in the village is also a great place to get advice on local walking, cycling and watersports.
In very wet weather parts of this walk will be impassable.
At the north end of the village, turn right at the Church of St. Fillan (the corrugated iron building), and walk up to the car park. Access the old railway line across the car park. Turn left and cross the old railway bridge over the River Lochay.
Continue along the track until you reach the gate, which leads to the loch. Go through the gate and follow the path along the River Lochay and loch tay west shore with its small sandy beaches.
This brings you to the pier road where you turn left to pass Finlarig castle on the right (among the trees) and continue to cross the river at the caravan site. Turn left to return to Killin.