Craigh na Dun

The iconic Craigh na Dun used in the filming of the stone circle in the popular Outlander series is located east of Kinloch Rannoch in Perthshire, Scotland. The large wooded mound is in a private farmer’s field but you can easily access this by parking your car on the roadside and walking a short distance. Of course there are no stones here as they used polystyrene stones during the filming. However the site is easily recognisable and offers beautiful views over Loch Rannoch and the surrounding mountains including the imposingmountain of Schiehallion. Unfortunately due to a recent large storm one of the very large trees has fallen.

A short drive further east at the Braes of Foss car park you will also see a recognisable marker and this location was also used in the filming of Outlander.

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