A walk on the wild side
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Situated just outside Pitlochry on the Pitlochry to Killikrankie road was a beautiful countryside walk in amongst some beautiful woodland and loch. Being a wheelchair user there is not many opportunities to get out in amongst it all in the countryside so this to me felt I was out and at one with nature! There was a good sized area for parking and there was a decent sized accessible loo just beside the car park. The loch side walk is very accessible. The path was hard packed gravel. And has some lovely views of the loch and an accessible viewing platform.
Transport & Parking
It is too remote for public transport i think but I cannot say for certain. There is however plenty parking area 2 mins walk from the loch.
For being out in the countryside I thought accessibility was very good. The paths were a good surface, considering also it had been heavy rain so that would be them at their worst. I was pleasantly surprised with the accessible loo as I didn't even think there would be one.
Basic but was perfectly adequate.
There were no staff
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I also done the foresters trail which was beautiful also, but that is not supposed to be accessible. My powered wheelchair was able to cope with it but there was some quite steep parts and the path was a bit rough and rocky.