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Aberfeldy Activities

Great range of day and night party activities in Aberfeldy

This area of Scotland boasts some magnificent countryside with large lochs like Loch Tay that stretches 20 miles from East to West and is the start of the River Tay which by water volume is the largest river in the UK.

Aberfeldy is touted as the land of the superlatives as it is home to Perthshire's highest mountain; Scotland's longest river; and Europe's oldest living organism - the yew tree at Fortingall (supposedly the birth place to Pontius Pilate). Aberfeldy is the essence of Scotland in a nutshell. It is only 1 hr 30 minutes drive from Edinburgh, which makes it a smoking destination for stag or hen weekends.

Aberfeldy has something special for everyone no matter whether you vote for adventure, culture, wild life or pubs; this place has it all and more in abundance.The area also has some of the rivers for outdoor activities like Canyoning, White Water Rating to name a few. It's also a great location for a team building weekend away with great team activities like the high ropes and mini highland games.

Loch Tay, the largest loch in Perthshire, dotted with some of the spectacular mountains and rolling hills is the perfect spot to pitch your tents to explore this enchanting strip of land. Not forgetting Glen Lyon, which is the longest, loneliest, and loveliest glen with an intriguing and uncanny wild charm wrapped around it. Aberfeldy is the middle name for the ultimate outdoor recreation and it boasts of many peppy shopping spots, quixotic countryside and guest houses to pamper its guests.

Aberfeldy takes credit to many classic restaurants that cater to the dining options of the discerning guests who can tickle their taste buds with some of the ethnic flavours of this part of the world. Probably the chart busters in Aberfeldy's crammed activity chart would be Rafting, Quad Biking, clay pigeon shooting, Zorbing and paintballing among others. The adrenalin freaks could go for an exhilarating spell of Cannoying or cliff jumping. Not forgetting the countless friendly bars and chic clubs where you can enjoy a jolly good time before you hit the sack.

White Water Rafting with the gang at Freespirits (and for the more daring, canyoning). There's quads in the mountains and the very well earned drink and dinner at Aileen Crags (known locally as the Crags)

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