Atholl Estates has lots of hills, lumps and bumps to explore. You are welcome to explore our hills whether you are a walker, mountaineer, backpacker, fell-runner or bird watcher. Please take away happy memories and leave no trace of your visit on the hills.
- Braigh Coire Chruin Bhalgain (upland of the corrie of round blisters) 1070m
- Carn nan Gabhar (hill of the goat) 1120m
- Carn a Chlamain (hill of the buzzard) 963m
- Beinn Dearg (red hill) 1008m
- An Sgarsoch - south side (meaning uncertain) 1006m
- Carn Fhidleir - south side (hill of the fiddler) 994m
- Beinn Bhreac (speckled hill) 912m
- Beinn Mheadhonach (middle hill) 900m
During the red deer stag stalking season we ask you to help us by visiting the hills on days when the stalkers are not in that area. You can use our hillphone service to get detailed information.
Many of our mountains are in remote areas with fairly featureless summits. It can be easy to get lost, especially if the cloud comes down. Please make sure you have a map and compass and know how to use them.
Allow plenty of time for your mountain day and take lots of food and spare clothing. Our hills are in wild and remote country a long way from the road.