Whether you’ve arrived at Tyndrum walking on the West Highland Way, or you’re visiting the area, there’s lots of activities to keep you occupied on your stay.
Hillwalking/Hiking is obviously an major attraction in the Highlands, with Tyndrum being roughly the half-way point of the West Highland Way, but you’re also right next door to some amazing places for running, mountain biking, skiing, climbing, fishing, kayaking/canoeing or just relaxing sight-seeing to take some nice photo’s.
For hillwalkers there are dozens of Munros and Corbetts within half an hour including Ben Lui, Ben Oss and Ben Duchraig which can all be walked from the door-step (or the tent-flap if you’re a camper). Munros apart there are also a good number of high and low level walks in the area to suit all tastes.
Have a look at our Hillwalking and Hiking section for more info
Kirsty, who owns By The Way with her husband Ranald, is a keen runner and can be found most mornings running one of the numerous trails in the Tyndrum area. If you’re looking for expert local knowledge of the best running routes and details of running competitions (including all the Ultra-runs) then you’ve come to the right place!
Please see our Running section for more info.
Tyndrum has recently seen a resurgence in interest from mining companies for Gold mining and an old mine just outside Tyndrum has recently had an application to re-open approved. This means that the rivers coming from the hills passing through Tyndrum have Gold deposits and are proving popular for panning. You can purchase gold panning equipment in the village.
Tyndrum is an excellent base for you to explore all the activities and outdoor pursuits available in Scottish West Highlands – please check out the Activitiessection of our site for more info.
Have some questions?
We’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions from our guests which may help you out. Read it here.