Bridge of Tilt (Scottish Gaelic: Drochaid Theilt) is a village in Perthshire, Scotland, built just about the River Tilt (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Teilt), near its confluence as soon as the River Garry. It is located 5.8 miles northwest of Pitlochry. The newer allowance of the village is continuous considering Blair Atholl, only estranged by the River Tilt. The village is located primarily upon the B8079 amongst Pitlochry and Dunalastair Water, but the older ration of the village (Old Bridge of Tilt) is located supplementary up the River Tilt. The A9 runs in the make public of the River Garry to the south of Bridge of Tilt, and connects the village behind Newtonmore and Inverness in the north and Pitlochry, Perth and Stirling in the south.