Falls of Acharn and the stone circle, near Kenmore

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This very beautiful walk, short but steep, heads through a Victorian 'Hermit's Cave' to view the dramatic Falls of Acharn. The walk makes a loop around a lovely gorge, but also includes a detour to a stone circle with great views over Loch Tay.


Good tracks and paths; care is needed near the edges of the gorge if the path is left. A fair amount of up and down is involved; this can be halved if omitting the detour to the stone circle.

Public Transport

There are usually a couple of buses a day linking Acharn with Kenmore and Aberfeldy, and a single bus to Killin.


Acharn village. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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