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The Rob Roy Way is a long-distance hiking trail through the southern Highlands.
Starting in the village of Drymen, you’ll hike for 127 km / 79 miles across the Trossachs and through Perthshire to the pretty Highland town of Pitlochry and the end of the trail.
The route takes you through quiet forests, past beautiful lochs, across open moorlands and rolling hills, following a way-marked trail. It passes through the lands once home to Highland clans, including its famous namesake the cattle-reiver Rob Roy MacGregor.
Please note: Total daily distances are given for each stage but will vary slightly as you also need to walk to your accommodation each day which will usually add a short distance.
Extra Nights and Accommodation Upgrades
You also have the option to choose the following upgrades and extra nights:
- Upgraded accommodation package – we will reserve the best rooms available along the route – £1125 per person
- Upgraded package plus a luxury night at 5-star Fonab Castle for the final night – £1395 per person
- Additional night charges are £85 per person, £125 per person if using upgraded accommodation