A short path that leads to great views over Dunkeld and the Hermitage. Park at the Craigvinean Quarry car park.
Victorian visitors loved ornate follies – fanciful buildings with no practical purpose, designed just for the pleasure of seeing them in the landscape. The Torryvald folly you’ll find on this trail today stands in the place of a ruined Victorian viewpoint. It’s named after a long-deserted township that lay to the north.