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Free exercise activities for the older and less mobile
Later Life Training, a not for profit training company based in Killin, is running free live Facebook movement activities for those who are less mobile or older. These movement snacks last for 10-15 minutes and help keep the circulation moving, mobilise the joints and some functional activities that will help maintain your strength and balance.
Following a private estate road, which was part of the old Breadalbane Estate, the Auchmore Circuit is to the south of the River Dochart and joins the public road that runs along the south side of Loch Tay.
Killin Heritage Trail
Developed in association with the local Heritage Society, the Killin Heritage Trail is a three mile long, easy to moderate walk which anybody can enjoy. The walk takes in many local landmarks including the Falls of Dochart, Finlarig Castle and Fingal’s stone with many outstanding viewpoints of the village and surrounding landscape.
Killin Library, located down a small road on the right hand side of the Killin Primary School and on the left hand side of Grant’s Laundrette, provides the area with general library facilities, colour photocopying, DVD rental and free internet access. The library can be contacted on 01567 820571 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loch Tay Fish N Trips
Salmon, trout, pike fishing and boat trips on Loch Tay.
Killin Outdoor Centre
A variety of outdoor Activity Equipment for hire and for sale, local route advice and activity information are also available.
Abernethy Trust Ardeonaig
Abernethy Ardeonaig is one of a group of four outdoor adventure centres across Scotland.
Finlarig Castle Ruins
Finlarig Castle ruins are freely open to the public with a small car park nearby.
Killin Golf Club
A picturesque 9 hole course set in the beautiful scenery of the Perthshire Highlands. Often described as the most beautiful 9 hole golf course in Scotland.
Legend Sailing has been operating on Loch Tay since 2001. In 2003 the company relocated to the holiday resort of Loch Tay Highland Lodges. At this time activities were extended to include archery, kayaking, mountain biking and canoeing. Since then the range of activities has continued to expand.