Balquhidder is a small hamlet located in rural Stirlingshire. Overlooked by the dramatic mountain terrain of the Braes of Balquhidder at the head of Loch Voil. Balquhidder church and Rob Roy’s grave are a popular sightseeing spot. There are a number of walks in the area, including Kirkton Glen and Creag an Tuirc and the National Cycle Network that connects several villages.
Balquhidder is a small hamlet that takes its name from the glen in which it stands. The glen is a cul-de-sac, with its western end in the maze of mountainous country north of Loch Katrine and south of Ben More. Balquhidder Glen is a popular Scottish venue when fishing for trout, bird watching, cycling and walking.
The annual Balquhidder Bike Fest Funday takes place on the National Sustrans Cycle route which passes through the village. At the head of the Glen you will find the Monachyle Mhor Hotel, host to the annual Mhor Festival which attracts visitors to listen to music and join in the fun and games over a weekend in May, there is a fun packed programme of events for families.