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Top Five Dunkeld Adventures

Top Five Dunkeld Adventures

Go Mountain Biking

Dunkeld and Birnam have rapidly becoming one of the main centres for Mountain Biking in Scotland. Home to a fully stocked shop, guided rides and full hire fleet, Progression Bikes should be your first point of call. With two Enduro events and a notorious round of the Scottish Downhill Championship, Dunkeld has plenty for racers and experts, but there are also plenty of incredible routes of lower grades.

Paddle on Clunie Loch

This wonderful calm stretch of water is home to resident ospreys, herons and a 15th century castle ruins on its own island. With easy access, this is a fantastic place to explore by Kayak, Canoe or Stand Up Paddleboard.

For Stand Up Paddleboard sessions

Paddling on the River Tay

Scotland's longest River, the Tay, passes through Dunkeld and it's neighbour across the River, Birnam. This is a particularly stunning section with some small rapids interspersed with views of the tight, steep banks of the Gorge. Historical sights abound including Dunkeld Cathedral and the Thomas Telford built bridge.

For Stand Up Paddleboard sessions

Climbing the Crags of Dunkeld

The magnificent, giant crags of Craig Y Barns and Polney Crag sit directly above Dunkeld giving some incredible crag side views. It is a well loved destination for the Scottish climbing community with a lifetimes worth of climbs, sport and traditional of all grades. The smaller Craig Na Eighe is just a few miles north of Dunkeld. Local climbing shop is fully stocked with equipment, boot and bouldering mat hire.

Cycle on Gravel Roads

Dunkeld is well known for advanced Mountain Biking routes but there are plenty of Gravel Roads and Forest Fire Roads which are asking to cycled along. These are perfect for a cycle trip on an E-Bike which can be hired from

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