04:12,
Tuesday,
23 October 2018.

Callander, Scotland

The popular holiday town of Callander that sits between the highlands and central lowlands of Scotland has been attracting tourists for as long as there has been a tourism industry. Some come for fresh air, a bit of scenery and maybe an ice cream or some fish and chips. While others come for the hiking, horse riding, cycling, canoeing and kayaking. For which the opportunities are aplenty.

The attractive Stirlingshire town lies along Route 7 of the Sustrans National Cycle Network and nestles at the foot of Ben Ledi a firm favourite on the hill walking circuit. The River Teith that flows out of Loch Venachar, a popular sailing loch, provides canoeists with some rapid action down to Stirling where it joins up with the River Forth.

Callander is well geared for accommodating visitors with numerous bed and breakfast’s, several hotels, a couple of campsites, a backpackers and a few private lets including villas and flats. And for eating there is everything from fish and chips bars to fine dining restaurants. Several pubs serve bar meals and there’s even a descent Chinese.

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