Clackmannanshire lies between the majestic Ochil Hills and the banks of the River Forth and provides the perfect year-round base to explore the stunning countryside, historic attractions, and the arts and leisure amenities on offer across central Scotland.
Castle Campbell has all the look of a fairytale castle set high among the rich woodland of Dollar Glen. Built on a high mound with steep ravines on three sides, the first sighting of this castle is truly breathtaking.
Rolling hills, fast flowing rivers, busy towns and pretty villages. Put these together with towers and castles straight out of a Disney movie and you have one of Scotland’s best kept secrets – Clackmannanshire.
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The Tower Trail
Clackmannanshire’s collection of tower houses (dating from the 14th and 15th century) were built by Scotland‘s aristocrats to be near the royal court at Stirling Castle. Each tower has its own fascinating history and formed part of a wider complex of buildings, including great halls, courtyards and living quarters, but don’t take word for it, why not pay a visit yourself?
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Firpark Ski Centre
120m dry ski slope where there is skiing, snowboarding and blading for people of all levels of experience, with expert tuition given by experienced instructors. There are tubing lets, which allow up to 15 people to descend the slope in tubes (similar to a large inner tube) just for fun. Great fun and a great family day out.