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Crianlarich

Crianlarich is a small town situated 6 miles north from Inveranan and is the gateway to the highlands. With Oban to the west, Glen Coe to the north, and Tayside to the East, Crianlarich lies at a crossroads to some of the most spectacular landscapes in Scotland.
The mountain range surrounding Crianlarich contain 7 Munros including one of Scotland’s highest mountains- Ben More, standing at no less than 3843 ft. Another stopping off point for West Highland Way walkers, the area surrounding Crianlarich is rich in history surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Crianlarich does not offer any notable visitor attractions itself, other than those magnificent mountains - but for those with time to spare the village of Killin, 14 miles to the east, is definitely worh a visit.

Killin:
Breadalbane Folklore Centre
Killin
Perthshire
FK21 8XE
Tel: 01567 820254
Fax: 01567 820764
April - June 10:00am - 5:00pm July & August 10:00am - 5:30pm September & October 10:00am - 5:00pm
Find out about the history of Scotland’s notorious clans - from the infamous Macgregors and the terrible Campbells 
Learn about the legends and mythical stories of the highlands.
Situated in a restored mill, with working waterwheel, overlooking the Falls of Dochart
Souvenir gift and bookshop

Moirlanich Longhouse
Stirling
Central
FK21 8TS
0844 4932137
Easter Sunday and 1st May - 30th September
Wednesday and Sunday 2pm - 5pm
Adult £3
Family £8
1 parent £6
Concession £2
Step back in time… to the 19th Century and experience life as it was for Highland villagers. The longhouse is in excellent condition with many of its original features still intact. Home to the Robertson family for nearly three generations (up until 1968) the house is now owned by the National Trust Scotland. Includes an exhibition on the history and restoration of the building.

Falls of Dochart
The Falls of Dochart are a series of cascades and rapids where the River Dochart breaks over a group of rocky islands. In spate, they are an awesome sight.  The falls are best viewed from the narrow bridge at the entrance to the village, adjacent to the Folklore Centre.

How to get there

By Road: Follow A 82 from Glasgow.

By Rail: Take West Highland train from Glasgow Queen St .  Journey time is1 hr 51min.

By Coach: The 915 service, leaves from Buchanan St Coach Station, Glasgow. Journey time is 1 hr 34 min.