Welcome to Highland Perthshire

A warm welcome to Highland Perthshire - an area famed for dramatic mountains, glens and lochs, ancient castles and unspoilt nature; for golf, fishing, walking and adventure; for distinctive cultural venues and exciting events.
Located at the geographical heart of Scotland, within easy reach of busy cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, Highland Perthshire is at the heart of Perthshire Big Tree Country and boasts some of Europe’s most remarkable woodlands – all easily accessible on dozens of waymarked paths and trails.
Our main towns and villages of Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld & Birnam, Blair Atholl and Kinloch Rannoch are all within short drives of each other - while you can go from the auditorium of one of Scotland's major theatres to the lower slopes of one of Scotland's highest mountains in under an hour, taking a journey that passes through some of the Highlands' most breathtaking scenery.

With a fantastic range of accommodation of all types, delightful places to experience local food and drink, and ample opportunities for distinctive retail therapy, Highland Perthshire is where you’ll find everything that makes Scotland special. 

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Why not "Take Five" here in Highland Perthshire and discover our amazing natural environment, wildlife, adventures and much much more. Just click on the image on the left to download a copy of our "Take Five" guide, packed full of great ideas.

Highland Perthshire businesses star in VisitScotland advert

Highland Perthshire features strongly in the latest VisitScotland "Year of Food and Drink" advert. Enjoy!

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Blogs fom Highland Perthshire

  • Boats available for visitors and members Lochs Bhac & Kinardochy

    Boats are available for booking but due to Covid19 guidelines they are only available for two days per week on each loch. Kinardochy boats are available on Wednesdays and Saturdays and Bhac boats are ...

    by Guest
    Sunday, 05 July 2020
  • Good End To The Week

    Conditions were excellent on the river today with the water at a favourable height and good numbers of fish showing on the beat. Paul Carter took advantage of the situation with an early morning fish ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 04 July 2020
  • Fish At The Dam

    The river is at a good height at the moment and it seems to have brought in a few fish: Martin Wilson caught a nice salmon of 13lbs on the fly this evening on Port-na-Craig bank. With a few anglers ou ...

    by Guest
    Friday, 03 July 2020
  • PAC welcomes visitors again!

    Following Nicola Sturgeon's welcome announcement of further relaxation of the Covid19 restrictions from July 3rd we are delighted to be able to open our waters to visitors again provided that they com ...

    by Guest
    Thursday, 02 July 2020
  • Dam Sea Trout

    Not too many sea trout reported at the Dam but Bob Crowther managed to land one of 2lb on the fly on Pitlochry bank last night. The Dam is now dropping back to an excellent height - could be a few fis ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 01 July 2020
  • Covid19 Unlocking!

    Assuming confirmation from Scottish Government on relaxing the five mile travel rule later this week, it is the Club’s intention to welcome back anglers (members and visitors alike) living out with th ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 29 June 2020
  • Sawmill Salmon

    The river was at a great height this morning and it seems to have encouraged a few fresh fish into our waters. Martin Timmins reported a lively spell in Sawmill with lots of fish showing and was lucky ...

    by Guest
    Saturday, 27 June 2020
  • Dam Salmon

    Another lift of water overnight - and it seemed to bring a few fresh salmon with it. Tony Brown ventured out for a cast and was successful on Pitlochry bank this morning with a fish of 9lb caught on t ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 24 June 2020
  • Sawmill Fishing Well

    It’s been quiet on out beats for the last few days but the recent lift in water seems to have livened things up a bit. Martin Timmins was in the right place to take advantage with a 17 lb sea-liced fi ...

    by Guest
    Tuesday, 23 June 2020
  • Dam Success

    The river was up today but it wasn't too long before it coloured up with the rain having come after a prolonged dry spell. Martin Wilson was in the right place to take advantage of the conditions earl ...

    by Guest
    Wednesday, 17 June 2020
  • Dam Fishing Well

    The river has had a quieter feel to it over the last few days but Massimo Castelvecchi managed to strike silver this evening with a superb fish of 10lbs on the fly from Pitlochry bank - good to see so ...

    by Guest
    Monday, 15 June 2020
  • Biggest Fish Of The Season

    The Dam had a quieter feel today but the evening session came alive with the biggest fish of the season so far: Lukasz Cwik caught a 23lber on the spinner on Port-na-Craig bank this evening - well don ...

    by Guest
    Thursday, 11 June 2020
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