Situated in the lowlands of Perthshire, Auchterarder is perfectly situated for visits to Celtic Chapels, Roman Camps and Pictish Forts. In addition to this there is a wonderful 28 mile route which starts out at the Maggie Walls Monument in Dunning, where the last witch was burnt at the stake in Scotland in 1657. This route ends up in the bustling holiday town of Crieff, home to a vast array of shops, cafes and even Scotland's oldest distillery - Glenturret. Here you can sample the Famous Grouse and Glenturret Single Malt whiskey (although perhaps not if you are planning to cycle back!),