Rob Roy Way

As the name suggests the Rob Roy Way follows the path of many places linked with Scotland’s legendary outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor. This walk is steeped in clan history and has many interesting features including the Loch Katrine Water Scheme and the Pitlochry Fish Ladder and Dam amongst many more 

From the Lowland village of Drymen, the Rob Roy Way makes its way northwards passing by the picturesque waters of Loch Venachar, Loch Lubnaig, Loch Earn and Loch Tay. You will be delighted with a series of picturesque villages as you make your way into the Highlands to reach the bustling Perthshire tourist town of Pitlochry

“On our travels up north, we pass by many of the villages on the Rob Roy Way and we are always made welcome with our doggies for a pint in the Mhor 84, which used to be the famous Kingshouse Hotel in Balquidder).”  Julie & Michelle

2024 Prices


RRW7 6 days walking / 7 overnight stays £665.00
RRW8 7 days walking / 8 overnight stays £735.00

The above tours can be tailored to fit your personal plans. For example, if you do not require accommodation in either Drymen and/or Pitlochry then we can adjust the cost accordingly

Gemini Walks Frequently Asked Question

Can I start my walk from Milngavie which is much easier to reach by public transport? Yes, this is a very popular choice and we often have clients deciding to walk the first day of the West Highland Way and then merging on to the Rob Roy Way from Drymen onwards

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