Killiecrankie Viaduct

Killiecrankie Viaduct, Pitlochry: Address, Killiecrankie Viaduct Reviews: 4.5/5

Killiecrankie Viaduct
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joekane23
Glasgow, UK9 contributions
Nov 2021
Beautiful viaduct in a world class setting can’t speak highly enough of the sights and sounds of killiecrankie
Written 27 November 2021
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Duncan C
63 contributions
Nov 2019
Came here for an afternoon stroll. Good path, river beside it and fairly sheltered from the rain due to the trees. There is also the Soldiers Leap to view just up from it.
Written 9 December 2019
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DJM1945
Montrose, UK1,859 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
The Killiecrankie Viaduct is an amazing engineering feat which we saw when we went for a walk.from the Soldiers Leap to the Visitors Centre.
Written 21 July 2019
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Paul Murison M
2 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
Amazing scenery with nice walks and a bit of history thrown in. Visitor centre is informative with a great hands on approach for children.
Written 30 October 2018
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ochil4
Bannockburn, UK232 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
Make the effort to go down the the Solders Leap and see the beautiful coulor in the trees and the river,
Written 22 October 2018
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Jim F
Oban, UK657 contributions
May 2018
This is merely one of the outstanding features to be appreciated in the astonishing Killiecrankie Gorge. It's about a mile of pleasant tree-lined walk along the River Garry and contains so much that has to be seen to be appreciated. Starting at the impressive Garry Bridge at the south end all the way up to the Soldier's Leap at the north end. The viaduct is really the jewel in the crown. There are 10 arches and crenellations and castellations to be appreciated as well as the entrance to the tunnel. BUT the National Trust, who are responsible for the area have allowed self-seeded trees and ivy to grow under and round the viaduct so it is far less visible than it was 10 to 30 years ago. I think this is irresponsible management and impares potential enjoyment of being able to marvel at this construction.
Written 25 June 2018
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938fjg
Ulverston, UK1,846 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
You pass the viaduct if you walk along the river from the National Trust visitor centre,not much to see and you cannot walk on it as it is still in use.
Written 23 March 2018
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David H
Stirling30 contributions
Jun 2017 • Family
It's very interesting to walk around it's hard to imaging that a solder jumped the burn where he did I would not want to try it
Written 12 March 2018
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maggiebagwash
Glasgow, UK114 contributions
Sep 2017 • Solo
I do a lot of walking and i walk from pitlocky round hear loads in the summer lovely and all the walks round about is took my daughter once she likes the walks to
Written 24 January 2018
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len1955
Exeter, UK19 contributions
Sep 2017
Did the circular walk to Linn tunnel,plenty of history including soldiers leap . Walk through the gorge was very peaceful, even saw a red squirrel ,great morning
Written 28 September 2017
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