Situated at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands there is always plenty to do in and around Crieff. Stunning views and breath-taking scenery provide the perfect back drop for your chosen activity. In Crieff, there really is something to suit everyone. The choice is endless but the teams behind Visit Crieff and Visit Scotland have selected the best places to enjoy. Plus, if you’d like a freshly prepared packed lunch to enjoy during your activities Aileen would be happy to help.
At the heart of the Strathearn valley where the lowlands meet the highlands walking opportunities are varied and abundant.
There are many cycle routes in and around Crieff from road cycling to challenging mountain bike tracks. For information on mountain bike routes and bike hire visit Comrie Croft Bikes.
Cloverleaf Crieff Motorcycle Tour
Scotland’s incredible landscapes and exceptional roads make it a
must-ride destination for motorcyclists from all over the world. The
Crieff Cloverleaf brings you four remarkable all-day routes, especially
designed for motorbike touring.
There are also superb and challenging courses at Auchterarder, Comrie, Muthill and St Fillans. St Andrews and the many Fife links courses are approximately an hour from Crieff for those who want to mix the beauty of the Perthshire courses with traditional links golf.
Perthshire is well known for the great fishing available. Contact Crieff Angling Club to fish on the River Earn or at Drummond Loch.
Also in the Ochil Hills is a 250 acre reservoir on the Gleneagles Estate, with fly fishing through Frandy Fishery or the Glensherup fishery which is a 29 acre loch.
Just a short distance from Fir Tree B&B is the Crieff Hydro Riding Centre. Here, horse riding enthusiasts of all ages and ability are welcomed.
Remember, Fir Tree B&B are happy to provide drying facilities for out-door clothing and boots.