This linear walk starts out at Annat, the farmland above the north shore of Loch Rannoch on the B846 and takes you along the old hill track, though a high pass and onto Dalnaspidal. The grassy track climbs steadily, fording a stream and passing a plantation. Once through the pass, the track heads for Duinish Bothy, a lone cottage sitting on the edge of marshland. From there, crossing the river you follow the path through rough moorland to the waterfall at the end of Loch Garry. The path now becomes a good track, running alongside the west shore of the loch and passing the hydro-electric scheme. Once at the end of the loch, cross the bridges and over the railway line, walking uphill to the A9 where you’ll see the signpost for Dalnaspidal.
Information found in Hallewell Pocket Walking Guide 'Walks North Perthshire', available to purchase from Visitor Information Centres and other outlets.