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BLiSS History Map

BLiSS History Map was compiled by Loch Earn Tourism Informaton to share a flavour of the areas fascinating past. Alongside historic themed sculptures on the BLiSS art trail, BLiSS hIstory map is LETI's contribution to Year of History Heritage and Archaeology 2017. Click on the map above to discover

Rob Roy's Grave
Creag an Tuirc -The Boars Rock
Basan An Sagairt Ancient Cup Marked stone
Hunting Lodge of The Stuart Kings c 1590
Puidrac Standing Stone
Clach nan Sul stone
Wester Auchleskine Cup marked stone
The Fergussons of Balquhidder
MacGregor Murray Mausoleum
Original Lochearnhead Hotel
Prehistoric Cup Marked Stone
McLaren Burial Ground at Leckine
Each Uisge -Shape Shifting Water Spirit
Grave Of The Seven MacDonalds, Loch Earn
St Angus Episcopal Church
THe Findlater Sisters lived here
Easter Achraw Thatched Cottage A85 
Lochearnhead Highland Games Field
Glen Ogle Viaduct
Suffragettes of Lochearnhead
History of Water Sports On Loch Earn
Edinample Castle
Simple Minds Studio
The Mad Major of Ardvorlich

















Highland Boundary Stone
Loch Lubnaig Marshes SSSI
Dugald Buchnan (1716-1768) Commemorative Monument 
Historic Copping Stones
Strathyre Bridge over the river Balvaig Listed Building
Dochfour & Mandalay
Macaskill Trail Standing stones
Loch Lubnaig Crannog
Gold Panning
Strathyre Railway Station (1870-1965)
Immervoulin Township
Laggan Farm
Rusgachan Cotter Crofts
Ardchullarie More and Lodge
Strathyre Pottery
The Broch Strathyre
River Balvaig
Strathyre Outdoor Centre (Balafuil)
River Balvaig
Stronslaney Ancient Battlefield
The Beatles at The Four Seasons Hotel
Neish Island, Crannog
History of St Fillans Golf Club
Power Station St Fillans
Dundurn Hill Fort
History  and Heritage of St Fillans

Did you know that gold was panned in the area using sheep fleeces? That Simple Minds had a studio on Loch Earn? That future MacGregor Chiefs will be buried in the Balquhidder MacGregor / Murray Mausoleum, That Strathyre pottery was sought after in the 1930's, That Vera, a Lochearnhead suffragette (who preferred to be known as Jack) was once the driver for Emily Pankhurst? That The Beatles stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans? That a shape shifting water spirit lives in Loch Earn?That MHOR84 was once a hunting lodge to Stuart Kings.....there is more to  Robroycountry's rich history and heritage than meets the eye. Check our map for more interesting facts and read our history stories here

#HHA2017 is Scotland's tourism year theme and we are delighted to celebrate on behalf of St Fillans, Lochearnhead, Balquhidder and Strathyre - A Place for All Seasons - in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park of Scotland. 

"It’s fantastic to see a resource which so seamlessly places history, heritage and archaeology alongside award-winning art and architectural installations. The new history-themed sculptures are a wonderful addition to the map and a great way to share stories from Scotland’s past in 2017 and beyond.” – Dr Jeff Sanders, Dig It! 2017 Project Manager

Dig It! 2017 is co-ordinated by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and Archaeology Scotland for the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology  Uncover fascinating stories and archaeology for everyone at Dig It! 2017

In addition to historic, heritage and archaeological sites,  this map also pinponts LETI's award winning BLiSS trail of art installations linking its villages on the A84, A85, Rob Roy Way and Sustrans Scotland National Cycle Route 7

Also on the map is a list of food and drink rest stops where you can enjoy meals and hot beverages and chat up the locals.  

Click the symbol in the top right corner of the map to open it fully.

Please follow and talk to us on social media and share with @Robroycountry #BLiSShistory #BLiSStrail #HHA2017

Find out more on Scotland's history via @VisitScotland #HHA2017 celebration pages


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