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For walkers.......

Inverlochlarig is a great starting point for climbing and hillwalking.

We are surrounded by 7 Munros (mountains >3,000ft and one Corbett (>2,500ft):

  • Stobinnein

  • Ben More

  • Beinn Tulaichean

  • Beinn a' Chroin

  • Beinn a' Chabhair

  • Stob a' Choin (Corbett)

  • An Caisteal

  • Cruach Ardrain

You can use our free purpose built car park and picnic area pictured above.

  About us...

Inverlochlarig is a hill farm situated in the Breadalbane area of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The farm is situated in Balquhidder Glen, some 8miles from the A84 main trunk road.

Managed by the same family since 1877 the farm carries about 3000  Scottish Blackface ewes and a herd of 60 cattle. There are also a sustainable number of wild red deer.

As a location, Inverlochlarig's main claim to fame is as one of the homes of Rob Roy MacGregor, and it is here that he died. His gravestone is located in the church yard of Balquhidder Parish Kirk.

For at least the last 150 years and probably as far back as the Highland Clearances Inverlochlarig has been a traditionally run farm but over time things have to change.

If you look closely around Inverlochlarig you will find numerous ruined sheilings, a few ruined villages/hamlets and other indications of the type of habitation which existed here back as far as medieval times. ( See "Settlements of Western Perthshire: Land and Society North of the Highland Line,1480-1851" by James Sewart.)

In recent years Inverlochlarig has embarked on several environmental projects.

About 200 hectares of Native Caledonian Pine Forest has been created since 2011 which we are noticing has greatly increased the biodiversity of the area.


Also a small "run of river" hydro-electric scheme has been built.

These projects have been designed to integrate with the sheep and cattle farming operations, wild deer management, and most importantly public access to the hills.

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