Route outline for walk pk105:
Aberfeldy - The Rob Roy Way - Moness Burn - Waterfalls - Moness Dun Wood - Birks of Aberfeldy - Upper Moness Falls - Falls of Moness - Moness Den - Aberfeldy
Points of Interest/Notes on this walk:
The Birks of Aberfeldy were named after a poem of the same name by Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns, who penned 'The Birks o'Aberfeldie' in 1787. 'Birks' is Scots (or Lowland Scots) for Birch trees.
'Burns' Seat' is a natural shelf in the rocks. Robert Burns is thought to have taken a rest here when he visited in 1787.
National Trails & Long Paths included on this walk:
Part of this walk follows a section of The Rob Roy Way, a 127km (79 miles) linear footpath connecting Drymen in Stirlingshire, Scotland with Pitlochary in Stirlingshire, Scotland. The Rob Roy Way is waymarked by named posts. For more walks that include a section of this trail see The Rob Roy Way.
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