There are many things to do and see around Lochearnhead including sports and outdoor activities, tourist attractions and unique annual events in the village. Lochearnhead is so central within Scotland that you can make easy day trips to Perthshire, Stirlingshire , Falkirk, Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Kenmore, Aberfeldy, Oban, Fort William and more. Browse hundreds of leaflets in our cottages.
Just over the loch are Ben Vorlich & Stuc a Chroin. Ben More & Stobinian are about 11 miles by road and the Lawers range just beyond Killin about 12 miles. There are many more Munros and lesser hills within half an hours drive
The Callander to Killin cycleway passes through Lochearnhead just half a mile from Briar Cottage.
The cycleway follows the route of the railway line which at one time ran from Callander to Killin and beyond.
This means that the route is almost level or with very gentle inclines for most of its length.
The map on the right shows some of the many attractive routes which are easily accessed from Lochearnhead
The waters of Loch Earn have long been famous for water sport activities and events. The Lochearnhead Water Sports Centre and cafe is 500m from Briar Cottages gates offering water skiing, wakeboarding, banana rides, pedaloes and canoes. Open from spring to the end of October.
Horse-riding/Pony Trekking is available at Rednock Farm near Callander and at The Equestrian Centre, Milton Morenish, on the north shore of Loch Tay near Killin.
Holiday Accommodation and Attractions in Perthshire & The Trossachs
Holiday accommodation for up to 600 people plus hospitality and events in the villages of Lochearnhead, Strathyre, Balquhidder and St Fillans
Scotland, FK19 8PU