Guest Houses & B+Bs
Caravan/Camping Sites
Eating & Drinking
Retail Outlets
Pitlochry Riverside
Holy Trinity Church
Port-Na-Craig Bridge


3½ miles

Approximately two miles North of Ballinluig on the dual carriageway turn right where signposted East Haugh. We then immediately turn left traveling North again on the Old A9, meandering parallel to the hustle and bustle of the new road, passing through East Haugh before reaching a junction where we turn right to enter Pitlochry on what is now the A924.
Alternatively we can continue on the dual carriageway for a mile after the East Haugh turn off and exit left, signposted Pitlochry, before crossing the River Tummel and passing under the new road before entering the town on the A924.
Pitlochry is a popular holiday destination with hotels, guest houses, restaurants and shops with camping and caravan sites nearby. There are facilities for golf, boating and angling, an indoor sports centre, distilleries and numerous hill and forest walks. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre, known as the ‘Theatre in the Hills’ presents a varied programme of plays during the Summer months. Next to the nearby power station on the River Tummel is a fish ladder and underwater viewing area which allows visitors to observe salmon traveling upstream during the breeding season.
Half a mile after leaving Pitlochry we can rejoin the new road or continue on the Old A9 which is the Killiecrankie section.


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