The spot got its name due to Queen Victoria's visit in 1866 - she loved the view so much it was named after her! Take in the panorama of loch and mountain scenery.
Queens View is said to be one of the most photographed views in Scotland, its location in Highland Perthshire has everything – lochs, mountains and forests.
Along with her much-loved servant John Brown, Queen Victoria visited here in 1866, but it is thought that the name, Queens View may date back to Mary Queen of Scots visit prior to this date.
On a clear day looking up Loch Tummel you can see the majestic Munro Schiehallion, the view is one of the most famous in Scotland. The visitor centre at the view point tells of the people and forests in this area of Highland Perthshire; the coffee shop at the view point also allows you to refresh your legs and enjoy a cup of tea with a view.