Callander is situated on the Banks of the river Teith at the base of the towering Callander Crags and offers an excellent base for visitors to Scotland.
The surrounding area can be explored by the many paths and trails, this can be done on foot, by car and motorbike or for the more energetic on horse back or by bicycle.
Callander’s very own mountain, Ben Ledi, is just over a mile away and in good weather most reasonably fit walkers can do the return trip from the car park to the 2840 ft summit in around 3 to 4 hours. From the summit, weather permitting, you can see the Forth Bridge to the east and the Isle of Arran on the firth of Clyde – the whole width of Scotland.
Families can enjoy several local activities including a trip to our local Safari Park at Blairdrummond or a trip down memory lane to the Hamilton toy museum.