Welcome to Callander Scotland
Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park in Scotland,
Callander is a lively and bustling highland town & tourist resort
The largest town in the National Park, it has a great range of shops,
gift shops, woollen shops and amenities .
Callander is a burgh in the region of Stirling, Scotland, on the River
Teith. The town is located in the former County of Perthshire, and is
a popular tourist stop to and from the Highlands.
The town serves as the eastern gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
National Park, the first National Park in Scotland. Due to its location
it is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Highlands". The
former St. Kessog's Church is now the Rob Roy Centre, offering tourist
information for the area.
Dominating the town to the North are the Callander Crags, a visible part
of the Highland Boundary Fault, rising to 343m at the cairn. Local walks
include Bracklinn Falls, The Meadows, Callander Crags and the Wood Walks.
The town sits on the Trossachs Bird of Prey Trail.
Callander railway station opened on 1 June 1870 and closed on 5 November
1965. The former Callander and Oban Railway line is now part of the National
Cycle Network (route 7) and the Rob Roy Way.
Callander achieved prominence during the 1960s as the setting "Tannochbrae"
in the TV series Dr Finlay's Casebook.
You'll find Callander in Scotland about 15 miles north west of Stirling
on the edge of the highlands at the southern end of the Pass of Leny.
On the edge of the Highlands this photographer's dream of mountain scenery
and lochs to east, west and north and south, has convenient easy access
to and from the main cities and tourist attractions of the central belt.
Accommodation in and around Callander
Price Guide - per person based on sharing room:
under $40 - $41
- 70 - more than