Rob Roy Way

Description

  1. Name Rob Roy Way
  2. Length of trail 127 km, 79 miles
  3. Length in days 7 days
  4. Traildino grading EW, Easy walk, nature trail

Rob Roy Way

79 miles, 127 km (or 92 miles - 148 km), 7 days

Rob Roy MacGregor, an outlaw in the 17th and 18th century, the Scottish Robin Hood, has given his name to this trail in central Scotland.

He lived in these surroundings. And some local entrepreneurs started a trail and labeled it after this Scotch hero. The trail is not waymarked, but well described in guidebooks and on the web.

Apart from the association with a hero, we will be attracted to this particular trail by the highland scenery it runs through. From Drymen, past Loch Lomond, it follows the valleys up to Pitlochry. Geologically spoken, the trail is on the Highland Boundary Fault, where the highlands meet the lowlands. From the trail you will have fine views over the many long lochs in this exposed country, and visit some interesting Scottish villages. No monsters in these lochs, but in every other respect this trail can easily compete with the Great Glenn Way, and is more quiet too. The once boring Forrestry Commision plantations have reached maturity by now, and the Commission itself changed strategy, so that's no excuse to stay away any more.

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Rob Roy Way

Books

Stanfords
United Kingdom
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United Kingdom
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Bol.com
Netherlands
  • Callander & Oban Railway Through Time
  • Construction on the Callander & Oban Railway began in 1866, but because of the mountain terrain through which the line passed, especially at Glen Ogle and at the Pass of Brander at Loch Awe, the line did not open until 1880. Designed to link Callander, near Stirling, soon to be absorbed into the Scottish Central Railway and then the Caledonian,... Read more
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Belgium
  • Callander & Oban Railway Through Time
  • Construction on the Callander & Oban Railway began in 1866, but because of the mountain terrain through which the line passed, especially at Glen Ogle and at the Pass of Brander at Loch Awe, the line did not open until 1880. Designed to link Callander, near Stirling, soon to be absorbed into the Scottish Central Railway and then the Caledonian,... Read more
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Bol.com
Netherlands
2012
  • Rob Roy Way
  • This long-distance walk from Drymen to Pitlochry was co-developed by Rucksack Readers in 2001 and is now widely recognised as a great trail. It runs for 77 miles (124 km) along some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens, using historic footpaths, a cycleway, disused railway trackbed, forest and moorland tracks and some minor road. Many places... Read more
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Bol.com
Belgium
2012
  • Rob Roy Way
  • This long-distance walk from Drymen to Pitlochry was co-developed by Rucksack Readers in 2001 and is now widely recognised as a great trail. It runs for 77 miles (124 km) along some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens, using historic footpaths, a cycleway, disused railway trackbed, forest and moorland tracks and some minor road. Many places... Read more
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2018
  • Wandelgids The Rob Roy Way | Rucksack Readers
  • Uitgevoerd in de vorm van een klapper, met ringband geeft deze gids een goede beschrijving van de lange afstands route. De kaarten zijn schetsmatig maar wel duidelijk. The Rob Roy Way is a long-distance walk from Drymen to Pitlochry, co-developed by Rucksack Readers in 2002. It runs for 79 miles (126 km) along some of Scotland's finest... Read more
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United Kingdom
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United Kingdom
  • Rob Roy Way Harvey National Trail XT40
  • Rob Roy Way, one of Scotland’s Great Trails from Drymen just north of Glasgow along Loch Tay to Pitlochry on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park presented at 1:40,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services. The whole route, either 124km/77 miles or 151km/94 miles long depending on which variant one follows,... Read more
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Netherlands
  • Wandelkaart Rob Roy Way | Harvey Maps
  • Mooie, duidelijke kaart van de Rob Roy Way in Schotland. Geplastificeerd met veel extra informatie en uitsnedes van de route. One of Scotland's Great Trails Rob Roy Way is a walk across part of the Southern Highlands of Scotland taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Starting from Drymen it goes north east to finish in... Read more
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