Took and early evening stroll along the Linn of Tummel.
This fantastic wooded area owners by the National Trust just outside of Pitlochry is where the rivers Tummel and Garry meet up.
The name Linn of Tummel means “Pool of Tumbling Stream” in Gaelic.
This small local area alone has over 30 miles of footpaths to explore, well worth a visit!
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The local Highland Perthshire town of Dull was recently twinned with the American town of Boring, a suitable match. Dull obtained a new road sign to celebrate the partnership!
After a few very heavy rain showers yeasterday, Black Spout Wood waterfall was on full flow last night creating an amazing sight and sound as thousands of gallons of water escaped the glen! Craigatin House Pitlochry Scotland.
Came across this magnificent summer sunset on a stroll over the Pitlochry dam.
We’ve recently upgraded the Craigatin House and Courtyard garden lights. LED technology means the same level of brightness for half the power consumed, advanceing our green guesthouse credentials! www.craigatinhouse.co.uk
Pitlochry is blessed with some of the most fantastic scenery in Scotland, and this image taken on a warn summer evening of The Bealach is no exception. There are many walks like this from Pitlochry town taking you up over 800 metres with on foot or mountain bike. Come and see, check out more images on our Pinterest page: http://pinterest.com/craigatinhouse/pitlochry-town-by-craigatin-house-b-b/