Craiganour is a traditional sporting estate and therefore offers a number of the main activities you'd expect: stag stalking, hind stalking, walked up grouse shooting and trout fishing.
Central to the success of any sporting estate is of course the approach and professionalism of its gamekeepers, and at Craiganour we're very fortunate to have one of the best. We strive to ensure that guests have the best possible sporting experience whilst staying with us, or as a day guest if preferred.
"The skill of the stalkers in showing novices and old hands alike the intricacies of deer stalking and helping them bring back stags is impressive." P. Herbert. Craiganour guest.
|15th August to 20th October
|21st October to 15th February
£280/Day shared rifle
|12th August to approx 30th August
|Available on Loch Rannoch
All prices include VAT.
Our gamekeeper is always very happy to take guests photography stalking, bird watching and on guided tours of the hills. These can be on foot, by Argo or by Land Rover, or a combination of vehicle and walking.
There are numerous other activities available locally when you stay at Craiganour Lodge, and these include water sports on Loch Rannoch, mountain biking, trou and salmon fishing on the River Tay and River Garry, Munro 'bagging' and golf. We can help you organise any of these ahead of your stay with us, or for some of them once you arrive.
"Craiganour is a superb location with great views. The flexible attitude of the team ensures guests requirements are met with great attention to detail on the day." P J Pennington, Pentangle Shooting Services.
The nearest local shop is approximately 1½ miles from the property and the nearby Perthshire towns of Aberfeldy and Pitlochry are within easy driving distance, with both having a good selection of shops and restaurants. Further information on the surrounding area and local amenities is available on the Rannoch and Tummel website which can be accessed by clicking on the icon below.