The Hermitage, Dunkeld

Black Linn Falls
Black Linn Falls

The Hermitage, Dunkeld, is a wonderful woodland walk alongside the River Braan.  There are various paths and trails, and you can get a spectacular view of the Black Linn falls from a small folly known as Ossian's Hall.

How to get there.

The Hermitage is well signposted from the A9 at Dunkeld, and there is a large car park there.  (small charge)

Alternatively, you can park in the small car park just off the A822 at Rumbling bridge.  This is a little bit further to walk, but is my preferred option as it is such a pleasant walk.

There are also other signposted walks starting from this car park.

Best time of the year for me is the autumn as the colours are spectacular.

Below are a few pictures from The Hermitage.

Any tree which falls down, or is cut down, is soon peppered with coins from tourists hammered into the wood - I have no idea why!

Click on the images for a bigger view.

The Hermitage Dunkeld
The Hermitage Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld
Coins in Trees, The Hermitage, Dunkeld
Coins in Trees, The Hermitage, Dunkeld
Coins in Trees, The Hermitage, Dunkeld
Coins in Trees, The Hermitage, Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld
The Hermitage, Dunkeld

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