Rob Roy Way

Rob Roy Way

A walk from Loch Lomond, through the Trossachs National Park and the Highlands of Perthshire.

4 to 9 nights
33-78 miles
Moderate to Demanding

From £430 per person

About the trail

Named after Rob Roy MacGregor, Scotland’s most famous outlaw, the Rob Roy Way meanders across the southern Highlands of Scotland from Drymen to Pitlochry through many places where the outlaw and his clansmen were active. The trail follows old tracks besides rivers and lochs, through a series of charming glens and over passes which provide wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.

As well as the tales of Rob Roy’s adventures to uncover, there is a wide range of other historic sites to discover along the route, including prehistoric stone circles, military roads and the ruins of multiple crofts, shielings and mort-safes, all adding to the intrigue of this scenic walk. Book your Rob Roy Way walking holiday today, with full-route and short break itineraries to suit your pace.

We offer multiple holiday options along this trail. If you wish to experience the entire trail, simply select the first option from the list below.

Customer reviews from the Rob Roy Way

“Well organized, including travel package, book, hotel arrangements and luggage transfers for a care-free holiday. Well-arranged and care-free.”
Mr Beelaard, Netherlands
“Nice walking and perfect organisation by Contours.”
Mister Ampting, Netherlands
“We highly appreciated that you managed to organize our tour on very short notice!”
Mr Pliakas, Switzerland
“Thank you Contours for another brilliant walking holiday.”
Mr Gregory, UK
“Contours excelled itself with selection of B&BS!”
Mr Whitehorn, UK
“Lovely walk, great scenery and excellent facilities where we stayed. Planning our next trip already.”
Mr Beedle, UK
“Another successful and enjoyable walking week with Contours Holidays. Thank you for all your work in setting this up.”
Mr Dumbleton, UK
“Very well organized and great accommodation, thanks for a good experience.”
Ms Lamphuttha, UK
“Wonderful trip locations and accommodations were great.”
Ms McGinley, Germany
"Glen Ogle Viaduct" by Stephen MacNaughton-Wright (2018)
"High above Strathtay" by Stephen MacNaughton-Wright (2018)
"The River Dochart" by Stephen MacNaughton-Wright (2018)
"General Wades Bridge" by Saskia Siemensma (2017)
"Sky Reflection in the River Tay" by Saskia Siemensma (2017)