Blair is the ideal base from which to explore the small towns and villages, rolling farmlands and mountain scenery of North East Perthshire.
Blairgowrie is just to the south of the North Highland Boundary Fault line and its central position offers the visitor access to an incredible variety of countryside - from farmland to moorland, woodland to mountain and riverside to loch shore.
Below the line you'll find lush and fertile plains and valleys and above it more rugged and spectacular Highland scenery.
Call of the Wild
Both the dramatic mountain scenery and glorious heather moors of Glenshee and the highland glens of Strahardle and Glen Isla provide great walking, fishing and wonderful wildlife photography and birdwatching.
Soaring trees, the scent of bluebells, the sounds of thundering waterfalls.
You’ll see some of the finest woods and specimen trees in Britain – oak, ash, birch, rowan and Scots pine. Perthshire’s woodland heritage is what makes it such a distinctive and attractive environment for walkers.
You may hear the red deer stags roaring if you walk The Cateran Trail in autumn. Or spy osprey at the Loch of the Lowes if you visit in the summertime.
And, all year round, you’ll have chances to spot golden eagle, buzzards, hen harriers, peregrine and merlin in the ever-changing skies and pine martens, red squirrel, beaver, otters and wildcats in the woodlands, burns and moors.
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