Rob Roy Way is a 127.6 kilometer heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Luss, Scotland, United Kingdom that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September.

DISTANCE
128 km
ELEVATION GAIN
3,582 m
ROUTE TYPE
Point to Point

backpacking

birding

camping

fishing

hiking

mountain biking

walking

forest

lake

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

historic site

The Rob Roy Way is a long distance trail in the Scottish Highlands linking Drymen with with Pitlochry in Perthshire. The way takes its name from Rob Roy MacGregor, a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century. It traverses countryside that he knew well and travelled frequently. The trail is typically covered over the course of 5-7 days. There are numerous B&B/Hotels as well as areas to camp along the route.

walking
1 month ago

A nice amble in the woods. Some great scenic views but didn’t find Robs cave!

hiking
4 months ago

We booked the Rob Roy way with Hillwalk Tours, so we had B&Bs booked along the way and also had luggage transport, so we only needed to bring our daypacks. We did it in 6 days (18, 15, 26, 24, 16, 16km) and only skipped one short part that's all along a narrow main road.
Absolutely loved the landscapes and the scenery! the people all along the way we're exceptionally friendly and nice. The track is not very well marked most of the way (it follows the cycle route 7 for long parts which is very well signposted, but the parts that differed often weren't marked at all especially between Drymen and Ardeonaig. From Acharn on it was well marked.)

We had an absolutely fantastic stay, the walk wasn't to hard, but still challenging enough for semi fit people to be a good balance.

Especially the stretch from Acharn to Aberfeldy is absolutely stunning - especially the last leg when you go by so many beautiful waterfalls!

Strongly suggest to bring a change of shoes as there's some part over a moor, that will soak even the best shoes completely in bad weather, unless it's wellies...

hiking
6 months ago

Really enjoying this route. It’s becoming more popular too. Mainly following National cycling route 7 means there is a little too much tarmac but the stretches which go high above the lochs afford the best views. So go high at every opportunity. The stretch between Ardtalnaig and Aberfeldy is one of the most scenic but all of the stages have there own high point. You won’t be disappointed

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

6 months ago