Local Area

Callander and the Surrounding Area

A Perfect Base for your Highland Adventure

Callander Meadows, literally across the road, offers walks (gentle or vigorous, depending on your mood). Callander Crags, at the back of the house, will challenge ‘weekend walkers’, or give those not accustomed to hill walking, a real workout. The Crags are particularly beautiful in spring and autumn.

The Callander Crags dominate the town from the North. The Crags are a visible part of the Highland Boundary Fault, rising to 343m at the cairn. Local walks include Bracklinn Falls, The Meadows, Callander Crags and the Wood Walks. The town sits on the Trossachs Bird of Prey Trail.

Top 10 things to do in Callander

  1. Climb Ben Ledi, Ben A’An & Ben Venue
  2. See Callander at its best along the Woodland Link walk
  3. Take a trip to the Sir Walter Scott Steam boat on Loch Katrine
  4. Visit some of the many historical sites in the area
  5. Climb one, or all 14 Munros, well within an hour’s drive
  6. Take in some art & culture at the craft shops and galleries in Callander
  7. View Leny and Bracklinn Falls
  8. Cycle some of the many tracks along the the beautiful lochs and mountains
  9. See the most romantic scenery along the Duke’s Pass
  10. Fish in the Local Lochs and Rivers

Callander is directly on Sustrans National Route 7, which is a well recognised cycle route and is used by many cyclists and walkers doing long distance rides and walks in Scotland. See https://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/route-7