145,000 acres of spectacular landscapes, stretching from Dunkeld in the south to beyond Blair Atholl in the north, Atholl Estates offer a range of accommodation options, country sports, hill-loch and river fishing, pony trekking, the historic Blair Castle as well as miles of walking and cycling trails.
Countryside Trails in Dunkeld
There is an orientation map in the Cally Car Park and a leaflet is available from the Dunkeld Tourist Information Centre. Alternatively you can download the PDF version of the map and trail directions here.
Cally to Loch Ordie circuit - 11 miles. A very scenic route with no steep ups or downs. Rair to Guay circuit - 10 miles . A varied walk of lochs, woods and fields. Atholl Woods Walk 6.5 or 5 miles. Superb views and varied terrain. This route can be muddy. The paths link lochs, woodland and moorland, and, as with all walks in Perthshire, the scenery in this area is superb. The most popular routes are the track to Loch Ordie and the Council-managed Atholl Woods Walk (7 miles).
Fishing on Atholl Estates
Atholl Estates provides some of the most scenic fishing in Scotland. The estate has three salmon fishing beats on the rivers Tummel, Garry and Tilt, plus a hill loch for wild brown trout.
The Lower Tummel cuts through some of Scotland's most impressive scenery, the Tummel beat extends from the village of Moulinearn to the Logierait bridge (approx 2500 yards), just before the Tummel meets the Tay at Ballinluig. The Garry Pol Dornie is one of the most beautiful stretches of river in Scotland, the Pol Dornie beat of the River Garry flows past Blair Atholl and towards the dramatic Pass of Killiecrankie, offering some immensely satisfying fishing for discerning anglers. The Tilt runs through the famous Glen Tilt, this stretch of water offers unparalleled scenery and an abundance of wildlife. The river is split into four beats but only the middle two are let.
There can be few better remedies for stress than a day's fishing for wild brown trout on a quiet Scottish hill loch. The only sound to disturb the peace is the gentle lapping of water against the sides of your boat. Atholl Estates offers wild brown trout fishing on Loch Broom and stocked rainbow and blue trout fishing on Rotmell and Dowally.