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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Back to Search Route Description From the ruin at Kilbo take the path north through larch woods onto the open hillside at Cairn Dye and along a barely discernible path on the Shank of Drumwhallo The plateau is reached at about 850m and a ScotWays signpost at NO253737 formerly indicated a turn of direction to east northeast for about 700m to the edge of the plateau just north west of the col between Mayar and Driesh Very careful navigation is needed in mist Descend the path on the east side of the Shank of Drumfollow into Corrie Kilbo and Glendoll Forest and continue along a track over the White Water to the carpark at the end of the public road in Glen Clova This signpost was one of ScotWays very few high level signs The directional plate has gone missing twice possibly due to its presence being controversial The pole itself is still a useful navigational aid OS Landranger 44 Ballater Glen Clova Heritage Information This path is certainly quite old as it appears in older Ordnance Survey maps but its use so far is a bit of a mystery As the ruined house in Kilbo is an old deerwatcher

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=45 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Harris Site Design Hosting by Digital Routes Heritage Paths Tannadice Drove Road Start location Tannadice Primary School NO 475 582 End location unclassified road Nether Balgillo NO 487 586 Geographical area Angus and Tayside Path Type Drove Road Path distance 1 3km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description The route starts at the entrance to the Primary School in Tannadice a narrow tarred road with a wide pavement Through the school gates a tarred path continues to the left of the buildings becoming a gravel track before passing through further gates to become a grassy track fenced both sides a field to the right school playing field then a field to the left After a bit the path crosses a field as a wide swathe of short grass It then becomes a grassy path between fences possibly overgrown in summer after a wood on the left it becomes a track with tractor ruts The route can be wet or muddy in several places Only the last 400 metres of this route is shown on the OS map OS Landranger sheet 54 Dundee Montrose Heritage Information This is a very small section of drove road and is

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    the former farm access road over the bailey bridge However motor traffic has since the 1990s been diverted via a new road to the north to avoid this old bridge which has had signs indicating Danger since at least 2013 From the outskirts of Kinrive Farm walk NNW on good track above South Esk through woodland leaving the latter about 0 25 mile south of Brocklas where the cottage once boarded up has now been renovated it was a Girl Guide site for many years There are a great many grassy paths in the vicinity of the house but the right of way heads NNE to a junction where the now fairly degraded but easily followed heathery track to Gella heads almost due north It is important not to follow the clearer grassy track heading east The right of way trends gently NNW along a clearly marked route which has obviously been heavily used in times past but suffers now from poor drainage At Gella Farm the route bends around the settlement on its east and north sides where a completely new estate track breaks off eastwards to Glen Cuilt and Glen Moy The main stony farm track runs down

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=47 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    ridge of Hill of Garbet round to the south west shoulder of Hill of Mondurran and then descend NE to Waterhead on the Water of Saughs Alternatively another old road from Afflochie runs roughly northeast for 7 5km to Tillyarblet OS Landranger 44 Ballater Glen Clova Heritage Information The right of way that leads to Afflochie from Waterhead round the Hill of Mondurran and the Hill of Garbet must be quite an old hill pass It was probably only ever used by pedestrians and the odd packhorse Although it is unlikely to have been as important as some of the Mounth Passes it is still a very direct route towards Tannadice and Forfar However it may be significant to note that the route traverses Month Shank a name which appears on the current 1 25 000 OS Explorer map in grid square NO4666 This may reflect the use of the route as an alternative way south to Strathmore after traversing the Whisky Road from Tarfside through the Clash Of Wirren this latter route itself being a continuation of the Fungle Road and the Firmounth Although it reaches 530 metres it must have appealed to those who wished to avoid alternative roads with tolls In this respect it may possibly have been used by thrifty drovers with their cattle but this is entirely speculation The path passes a feature called The Iron Gate on the south east slope of Mount Sned which is probably something to do with the parish boundary being located here The parish boundary is almost visible from the many piles of stones scattered along it More recently this route has been promoted for its recreational value It has appeared continuously in the Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society s book Scottish Hill Tracks since the first

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=48 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Angus and Tayside Path Type Rural Path Path distance 6km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Starting from Glenprosen Village head north east by the east side of the Burn of Inchmill and over Drumwhern to the B955 road in Glen Clova near Eggie 5km south east of Clova Inn There is an alternative end to this path which may well be older travelling across the

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=49 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    road serving a number of houses and Loanhead farm Just after Loanhead a gate gives access to a grassy path leading up the hill It crosses a stone track gate each side then continues as a grassy path up Broom Hill Trees have recently been planted over much of the hill there is a broken gate at the start of an older but still recent plantation through which the path is more distinct until it reaches a fire look out and crosses a new track shown on latest maps The path is less obvious beyond this track but the line can be seen while descending to the look out After another broken gate the path becomes very wet underfoot but is easily followed to the end of the wood where there is a high gate easily opened The path continues clearly defined over open moorland then after another gate follows a dyke to a small wood The map shows the path diverging from the wood at the southern end but the gate is adjacent to the wood On the hillside down to Glenisla the path is somewhat intermittent until the footbridge is reached on the other side of the river

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=50 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Back to Search Route Description Our route description is north to south instead of the south to north direction coffins will have travelled in The direct route to the church at Old Struan has been lost to forestry but a later alternative is still accessible and this is described below From Calvine cross the River Garry and go east past Old Struan church and across the Errochty Water for 700m to the SRWS signpost at NN816654 Proceed south over a field to a gate and uphill through a birchwood to a forestry gate and ladder stile at NN816646 Follow the forest track SSE to leave the plantation at NN815635 over a ladder stile do not follow the bulldozed track which stays within the forest Climb south over the shoulder of the hill to a ladder stile at NN816625 and enter the older forest west of Loch Bhac Then head south to be joined by the old route past Loch Bhac at NN818619 and leave the forest again by a gate at NN815608 above fields running down to Loch Tummel Turn left through a field gate and bear slightly left downhill passing just to the west of the buildings at Balintuim NN816605 and pick up a pleasant grassy track leading to the B8019 50m east of the Loch Tummel Inn OS Landranger 43 Braemar Blair Atholl Heritage Information This old coffin road between Loch Tummel and the River Garry was used for centuries to carry the deceased from townships in the Tummel Valley to the medieval St Fillan s Church at Old Struan At over 5km in length it must have been a hard journey for those carrying the coffin and may have involved quite a lot of people carrying a heavy load for that distance There are quite often coffin

    Original URL path: http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=51 (2016-02-09)
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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Cross the A9 with great care as this is a very busy road and go due S along a track to Balnansteuartach at the foot of the Allt Bhaic Go S up a path on the west side of this burn then SW uphill towards the west side of Loch Bhac OS Landranger 43 Braemar Blair Atholl Heritage Information This track

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