Home of the magnificent Blair Castle and Britain's only private army, The Atholl Highlanders, Blair Atholl sits in lovely scenery. With plenty of facilities, the village lies where the Rivers Garry and Tilt merge. Adventurous opportunities abound here.
Go Canyoning at the Falls of Bruar
One of Scotland's best canyoning locations with slides, jumps, abseils and more.
Go Bungee Jumping
Experience the exhilaration of diving or swinging 40m above the River Garry gorge at Killiecrankie at the UK's only permanent bridge Bungee Jump.
Bag a Munro, or three
The awe-inspiring escarpment of Being A'Ghlo offers the experienced hiker the opportunity to 'bag' three Munro's on a single trip… Carn Liath, Braigh Coire Chruinn-Bhalgain and Carn Nan Gabhar
The Falls of Bruar is a beautiful, short, but surprisingly strenuous walk with good views of the spectacular gorge and waterfalls from two stone bridges and a picnic area.
Banvie burn and bridges is a straightforward waymarked walk through beautiful woodlands.
Glen Tilt viewpoint is a waymarked route that climbs up a track to reach a magnificent viewpoint looking up Glen Tilt. The return passes through some of the fine woodlands of the lower glen.
Event: Blair Castle International Horse Trials
One of the UK's premier horse trial events this has plenty to keep you entertained. A variety of competitions, trade-shows and ceilidhs.
EAT, DRINK & SHOP
Food in the Park is the heart of Blair Atholl offering plenty of different food options for all in a convivial setting. It has fantastic music nights in the summer from top names.
House of Bruar, or the 'Harrods of the North' as it is sometimes known, offers many dining options from Scottish classics to fish and chips, throughout the complex.
The Old Manse of Blair has some amazing upscale accomodation.
River Tilt Holiday Park has riverside lodges in a lovely setting. Family friendly.
Blair Castle Caravan Park is family friendly with excellent play facilities for entertaining the younger members of your group.