Blairgowrie, comforts on the either side of the River Ericht from
where it emerges, known as the red stone town, Blairgowrie is a
spectacular place with plenty to see and do. Sharing a glorious past
Blairgowrie was once the centre for weaving. Today this place stands out
to be the prime place for growing soft fruits specially raspberries.
Blairgowrie has got plenty to look for, the
Rosemount golf course which stand out to be a place of attraction for
golf lovers. Other than that the Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve which
is the ideal place to look for otters or the rare osprey.
With friendly populace and scenic outdoors
you have many reasons to stay outdoors here, and for more the skiing
area sets the perfect setting for skiers. Being
Scotland's largest skiing area you can expect a lot from here.
The tourists and travelers finds this place
of great interest with plenty to see and do, being a magnet to travelers
today this place offers great outdoor activities including walking,
golfing, cycling, yachting or fishing and plenty of other activities.
Anglers and birdwatchers too has a lot here with lot to look for.
Walking trails and river walks and cycling is also something which is
ideal to explore the charm of this destination.
Ideal time to visit Blairgowrie is early
September when the
Blairgowrie and East Perthshire Walking Festival goes on. The
Blairgowrie Highland Games too happens during the same time which is
known for its longest Tug O' War contest in the world. Lot many sports
enthusiasts and travelers do flock Blairgowrie to witness this majestic