One of the most varied paths in the Dunkeld Path Network, Inchewan Path starts near the Beatrix Potter Garden and follows the road alongside Inchewan Burn in the woodland of Birnam Glen. Enjoy views of surrounding hills and straths from Ladywell Plantation and Tomgarrow Wood.
There is an abundance of birdlife around the area, so keep your eyes and ears open.
Make a little diversion to find Inchewan Burn waterfall.
From the bridge that crosses Inchewan Burn before entering the Ladywell Plantation, you can follow the burn for a few hundred yards until you reach the falls – but be aware there is no path and the walking is rough, with steep scramble at the end.
Alternatively, if carry on the path towards Balhomish – left at the fork with the sign post – after a few hundred yards you will come to a bend in the path, follow the deer fence downhill then round to the left and very soon you’ll be at the top of the falls.
Easy-going circular route suitable for most ages.
This easy-going circular route is about 3 miles/8 km and takes about 3 hours to explore on foot. It includes some forestry track, field and drive walking.