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City Stats:

Population: 2,564
Number of Hotels on This Site: 32
More Info At: http://www.pitlochry.org/

Key Tourist Sights:

A place with important historical significance near to Pitlochry is the Pass of Killiecrankie. In 1689 there was a famous battle here when the Jacobites beat the government forces. Now you will find a very attractive gorge which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. There is also an interesting visitor centre to check out.

Pitlochry Dam is a hydroelectric dam which was built over 50 years ago and led to the creation of Loch Faskally. The most famous feature of the loch is the salmon ladder which was created to help the salmon to journey upstream along the river and past the dam. The 310-metre ladder which is used by about 5,000 salmon each year is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Scotland.

The suspension bridge which goes across the River Tummel is another of the important landmarks of Pitlochry which you may want to take a look at.

If you visit with kids then you might want to spend a day out at the Children's Amusement Park. You'll find lots of rides here to keep the kids happy, and you'll easily be able to spend a day here.

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The River Tummel passes through Pitlochry during its 58-mile journey. It is this river which the salmon use to travel from the Atlantic back to the place where they go to breed, via the salmon ladder.

The town became a popular tourist destination as far back as the mid-19th century when Queen Victoria visited the region and proclaimed how much she enjoyed it. The railway station arrived in 1863, and this access really opened it up to outside visitors.

Pitlochry is perhaps best known now for its hydro-electric dam which brought electricity to the area, and this was built in 1947.

You will find two whisky distilleries here, both of which have good visitor centres. One of them, Edradour, is the smallest distillery in Scotland. The other, Blair Athol, dates back to the end of the 18th century and is owned by Bell's.

   

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