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This delightful one-mile walk takes you to Ossian’s Hall and the Rumbling Bridge.
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Rumbling Bridge, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

By the main road this offers a pleasant leg stretch by the Braan river with the walk leading to Ossian folly and the Black falls, huge Douglas fir trees and glimpses of fish and wildlife, easy parking, good stop for a break.

Thank Charles F
Reviewed 2 August 2017

This was the second time I visited and I just love it. Parking is £2 for the whole day and when we were there there was a snack van. About a quarter of a mile to Ossian's House (or whatever that was called) from where...More

Thank BarbaraRiekwel
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Need some quiet time where you can get away from it all and find some tranquility? This is it! We were hectically cramming everything we could into our most recent visit to Scotland and former hometown. But things got too busy so we took a...More

Thank BlairboyBoz
Reviewed 10 April 2017

We visited the Hermitage whilst on holiday staying with friends in Perthshire. It's a beautiful riverside walk along the River Tay, with a stunning waterfall which is worth the trip to see on it's own! You can then detour upto Pine Cone Point, with stunning...More

Thank EdD846
Reviewed 13 March 2017

The Ossian's Loop walk is an easy stroll, it is listed as an hour, but for anybody of reasonable fitness, and no camera, it could be much quicker. We however, had children with us and a number of cameras. This made it a very enjoyable,...More

Thank Clint J
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

The force of nature is outstanding at this place, beautiful, stunning. Nature at its best. We stopped on our way to visit castle Menzies there is a sign which says rumbling bridge. Car park just off the road then a minutes walk to the river....More

1  Thank Helen M
Reviewed 12 December 2016 via mobile

We had the most fantastic time The views are amazing The trees are magnificent The peacefulness of the river Then suddenly to be approached with the raging waterfall was a wonder of nature. Come come come

Thank aellituv
Reviewed 6 November 2016

We had a wonderful autumnal morning at The Hermitage. We were so fortunate that the sun was shining and it had rained a lot in previous days. The relatively short walk to Ossian's Hall is easy going and you pass through some superb forest areas....More

Thank profjoypc
Reviewed 19 October 2016

The longer walk was closed for safety, but the 500m walk to the bridge was delightful, and picturesque The area is popular with dog owners, plenty of wagging tails when i visited.

Thank CodyMav
Reviewed 14 September 2016

We spent a wonderful morning walking in this stunning location. Good shoes enhance the experience although the walk is not too difficult.

Thank B1512TBchristinas
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Jackie G
22 May 2016|
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Response from Karen2021 |
I think you park at the Heritage car park, wander with the stream on your right. There will be a bridge and a viewing platform. Then keep walking and eventually go to your left and back track on higher ground on the other... More
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