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The Sma' Glen is a beautiful glen close to Aberfeldy. It is only 3km long, but it is truly spectacular. The river Almond flows through it, and it has been on the trail of several historical figures, such as Bonnie Prince Charlie who marched through the glen on his way to Culloden. I was happy our tour guide stopped so that we were able to take a few pictures and to enjoy the scenery a little longer and not only from the bus.
Doing research for this tip I read that at one end of the glen there is a large monolith which according to legend is the burial place of the bard Ossian. Unfortunately we did not visit that stone (I would like to see it not because I believe in the legend, but to see the monolith). Make sure you look out for it when you travel here!
Directions: Between Aberfeldy and Crieff
Updated Jul 8, 2012
Aberfeldy is home to a nice litlle golf course, par is 68 and yardage is 5283.
Some of the holes bring the River Tay into play and there is a funky moving bridge which spans the river, although set amidst rolling hills the course itself is not to hilly.
A weekday round is £15 and a weekend round £20.
Equipment: Golf clubs surpringsingly enough ;-)
Updated Oct 29, 2004
Address: Taybridge Road, Aberfeldy, Perthshire
Phone: 01887 820535