Linn Of Tummel
Perth & Kinross
19 hectares of mixed woodland and fields, at the confluence of the rivers Garry and Tummel. The property and its setting exemplifies the basic elements of the much-lauded Highland Perthshire scenery.
The Linn of Tummel walks form part of a larger (30mile) footpath network
An early example (1910) of a fish pass, now redundant bypasses the falls of Tummel.
Excellent views of the property and of Killiecrankie can be obtained from the Garry Bridge.
A beautiful woodland walk in classic Perthshire scenery, with contrasting rivers, the Garry being slow flowing at this point, the Tummel still a fast flowing and tumbling over rapids.
The two rivers flow into the top end of the beautiful Loch Faskally
Wildlife includes pine martens, otters, pearl-bordered fritillary and lily of the valley.
The property lies within the Tummel National Scenic Area, and includes a small site of Special Scientific Interest.
Garden, parklands or rural site, Historic house or home
No admission charge
Difficult access via steps from Garry Bridge car park, or steps to and over Coronation Bridge. Footpaths are then uneven with slopes and steps.