The Rob Roy Way starts in the picturesque village of Drymen, just outside Glasgow, and finishes in the lively tourist town of Pitlochry in Perthshire. This route follows in the footsteps of Rob Roy MacGregor, the legendary Scottish outlaw who made the area unsafe around 1700. The Rob Roy Way follows small paths and narrow roads and passes through dense woodland past the impressive Lakes of Loch Venachar, Loch Lubnaig, Loch Verdien, and Loch Tay. Along the way, you can enjoy the many views of the mighty peaks of the Scottish Highlands of which Ben Lawers is the highest. Alternately, the route follows quiet scenic roads and paths through the Scottish countryside where time seems to have stood still. Join us on this historic route and follow Rob Roy closely.
The Rob Roy Way is one of Scotland's 'Great Trails' and is 128 kilometers long, or 80 miles. The route runs from Drymen to Pitlochry. With an alternative, wilder route via Amulree, you can extend the route to a total length of 155 kilometers. Are you ready to follow in the footsteps of Scotland's most beloved villain? Let's go!