Walking & Munros


Stop...think...and ask yourself: Am I an easy-breezy perambulator? A seriously steadfast hillwalker? A 10,000-step-counting Susie? Whatever your walking-style, you'll find fulfilment on and around Dalmunzie. Download our 'Dalmunzie Walks' guide below to peruse through walks classed from Easy to Serious.

Top tip: Look out for and read the signs provided by the estate, keeping you right on where to go and which areas to avoid.


  • The main car park is situated at Dalmunzie Castle Hotel and is available to hotel guests and golfers. There is limited parking available to hillwalkers and a fee is payable at reception.
  • An additional car park is available to hillwalkers (situated close to the beginning of the drive) and is free of charge.


A reminder for the serious walks is to have plenty of layers handy. The weather can change quickly for the better or worse regardless of the season, so you need to be prepared.


Deer stalking takes place between the 1st of July and the 15th of February. There is no stalking on Sundays.

When stalking takes place, you can help by:

  • Using paths
  • Following ridges
  • Following the main watercourse if you must go through a corrie.

Please note: There are ground nesting birds of the highest conservation priority in this area, together with livestock (particularly sheep and lambs).

Dogs are welcome, but are to be kept under control, on a short lead when walking.


The most well-known walk running past Dalmunzie is the 103km circular waymarked Cateran trail, which connects Blairgowrie, Bridge of Cally, Kirkmichael, Enochdu, The Spittal of Glenshee, Glen Isla and Alyth.

During July and August our neighbour, the Glenshee Ski Centre, takes walkers and climbers on the chairlift to the start of a number of spectacular walks.

For more walks around Glenshee visit Discover Glenshee | Walking Guide.