Fortingall and Glen Lyon
Fortingall is a small village near Aberfeldy in Perthshire, Scotland. It stands at the end of Glen Lyon, said by Sir Walter Scott to be the’ …longest, loneliest and loveliest glen in Scotland…’ . The village falls within the National Scenic Area that includes Glen Lyon, the Lawers Range of mountains and the ‘munros’ on the northern side of Glen Lyon.
Fortingall falls within the National Scenic Area that includes the Lawers range of mountains, Glen Lyon and the ‘munros’ north of the Glen. Fortingall itself is a conservation village with a rich archaeological, historical and cultural heritage. Pastmap shows there to be 27 Listed Buildings, 99 sites on Canmore (including archaeological sites and cup marked stones) and 10 Scheduled Monuments within a 4km by 2km area around Fortingall
The map above is from HES’s Pastmap and shows the ten Scheduled Monuments near FortingallShow the Map