Adventure Activities – include white water rafting, canyoning, mountain biking, quad biking, paintballing, abseiling and kayaking. All available locally from a range of organizations. Or climb a selection of the 7 Munroes in the surrounding area! Full information can be found in the Perthshire section of www.active.visitscotland.com Golf – Highland Perthshire boasts many excellent courses to offer a challenging but inexpensive golfing experience. Killin, Kenmore, Aberfeldy, Taymouth Castle are all within 10 miles of the Quaich and visitors are welcome to all. Fishing – Loch Tay offers salmon, trout, pike, roach and charr fishing from its shores. Boat hire with ghillie instruction also available locally.
The Quaich itself holds non-migratory fishing rights on Loch Tay – what
better than having an afternoon of relaxation fishing from the small
shingle beach by the house, watching the world go by.
Pony-trekking – there are miles of local riding tracks round the Loch Tay area and
riding centres that cater for everyone from beginners to experienced
riders. Contact Mains of Taymouth Stables in Kenmore for more details.
Canoeing– there are watersport centres at each end of Loch Tay, and canoe hire from the outdoor centre in Killin.
Highland Safari's– visit Landrover Safari’s for a day of fun and discovery.
Miles of woodland walks, various safari options, gem panning, visit the
Red Deer Park as well as the Safari Lodge café – just 15 minutes drive
from the Quaich.
Walking– Highland Perthshire’s Visitor Information Centres have printed guides of walks to suit everyone from families enjoying a short stroll to enthusiasts spending all day in the open air.
Biking– there is an amazing choice of off-road routes
for those who want to use their mountain bikes. Routes range from easy riverside paths to more challenging treks into the hills. Visitor Information Centres provide details of many options.