Experience the famous locations of your favourite Outlander scenes with help from EasyWays. We have walking holidays around Scotland within close distance of the most notable Outlander filming spots! With the Series 4 finale airing, why not get inspired and plan to visit some of the beautiful locations with the help of EasyWays!
As we mentioned in our last post, it’s incredibly easy to find eco-friendly accommodation in Scotland. And so, if you’re trying to be more conscious of your surroundings and carbon-footprint while travelling this year; choose a walking holiday!
Outlander Tour Scotland – Walking Holidays with Famous Locations
Kinloch Rannoch – Pitlochry
One of the most iconic scenes of Outlander series 1 is set at Kinloch Rannoch. It is at this site where one of the main characters Claire, goes back in time to 1743. In Outlander, this location is called “Craigh Na Dun” and though there are other stone circles and similar structures all over the UK, this is a completely fictional location. It is no surprise that Kinloch Rannoch is used for important scenes throughout series 1-4! It offers spectacular views of Loch Rannoch and though there is no stone circle as shown in Outlander; you will still experience some of the most dramatic scenery and be amongst beautiful, green surroundings.
If you are looking to visit this iconic location from Outlander, book to walk the Rob Roy Way! This route ends in Pitlochry, which is the closest town to Kinloch Rannoch. With help from the expert EasyWays team, you’ll be able to incorporate a trip to discover more about the famous Outlander spot.
Hopetoun House – South Queensferry
Another filming location used across all series of Outlander is Hopetoun House. A 17th-century building located near South Queensferry, Hopetoun House is a stately home with thousands of acres. Both the house and its grounds have made numerous appearances in Outlander. To name some: in series 2 Hopetoun House is used for the Hawkins Estate. And, in series 3 the stately home is used to depict Helwater stables.
As Hopetoun House is located near South Queensferry, this is the perfect opportunity to walk the Fife Coastal Path. This begins in North Queensferry and is just a short trip over the Firth of Forth. If you’re interested in experiencing more of the East coast of Scotland and this famous Outlander filming location, rely on EasyWays!
Pollok Country Park – Glasgow
And last on our list of recommendations is Pollok Country Park. This is another location which has been used to depict different settings throughout the first to fourth series. Located on the south side of Glasgow, Pollok park is the city’s largest park, home to grand properties, extensive woodland and wildlife. A location very easy to reach from Glasgow, Pollok Country Park is a must-see spot if you’re an Outlander fan!
Also located very near Pollok Park, is the starting point of the West Highland Way; Milngavie. If you are looking for a walk near the Central area of Scotland, you should definitely consider walking the West Highland Way! Incorporate a trip to Pollok park with a walking holiday from EasyWays. We will create a route and plan catering to your needs completely!