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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    and Falkirk Path Type Leisure Path Rural Path Path distance 4 8km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Our most recent route survey starts at Vicar s Bridge rather than the outskirts of Dollar We hope to update this soon or feel free to contact us with your own survey The route starts by following an unclassified road running northwards just after Vicar s Bridge crosses the River Devon It continues up a sandy vehicular approach track to Cowden Farm metal gate openable beyond the farm then follows a muddy tractor track down to the burn at NS992994 where there is a wooden bridge A series of six wooden waymarker posts show the way up the long ascent towards Leys Farm one fence stile to be crossed plus stone stile built into the garden wall at the farm seventh sign here The farm approach road leads to the next minor road at Muckhart Primary School 2 more signs one either side of the road The remainder of the route follows the School Path gravel surfaced and Council maintained up the side of the golf course to Pool of Muckhart latterly via the cul de sac of

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    Rural Path Pilgrimage Route Path distance 9 5km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Newsflash in October 2015 a walking and bothy trip using the Duke s Pass features as part of the walking programme for Cowalfest Lots of walks and other events are taking place at this popular annual outdoor festival 2 11 October take a look at the programme here From Mark follow the main forest road to reach Corran Lochan Turn north and follow the path very boggy but waymarked which climbs slightly to cross a col at 300m Continue along the path which is fairly rough in places until it descends steeply to reach the road in Ardgoil Forest above Stuckbeg Go north along this road for almost 4km to reach Lochgoilhead OS Landranger 56 Loch Lomond Inveraray area Heritage Information Routes through Argyll were formerly far more direct than they are today as in the past ferries over the many lochs would have been utilised Inverary is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Argyll and this old route is part of a chain of land based routes such as the old carriage road which heads north from Lochgoilhead interlinked with

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    Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description This route follows Glen Golach and Glen Astle on track as far as the Glenastle lochs and then on footpath down the glen to the sea The route commences at the edge of the main Oa road directly opposite Lower Coillabus road end Proceeding through an unlocked gate the road is easily discernible wide enough and although rough can be used by vehicles Roughly 200 yds down the road there is another unlocked gate The route is roughly NW and although soft in appearance is hard underneath After the ruined house Glenastle near the head of Glenastle Loch the route proceeds over rougher ground and is slightly harder to follow and a lot softer From the lochs the route is difficult to pick out and overgrown It follows roughly the line of the burn The route appears to terminate at the head of the waterfall where the burn enters the sea NR 281458 but from here there is an easily discernible road of hard rock which proceeds for another 200 yds to the SW and terminates at a fishermans hut ruined in a small bay NR 280456 Heritage Information The

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Road Bealach Eorabhat South Harris Site Design Hosting by Digital Routes Heritage Paths Old Islay Road Start location junction of unclassified road to Mulreesh and turn off to Finlaggan NR 401 683 End location Ballachlaven Farm NR 372 675 Geographical area Path Type Path distance 3 5km Accessibility info Back to Search Route Description A minor road leads to Finlaggan and then to a Visitor Centre A wooden walkway over

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    some cattle sheds The track is hard underneath but has a thick layer of mud on it Past the gate the track follows the line of the wall At the end of the wall the track gets harder to follow and proceeds up the hill to the SE to a height of approx 120m The surface is of rough stone peat and bare rock An old deer fence which is in a poor state of repair dissects the road Following this the track cuts across an area of peat banks and is marked by turf dykes to a height of 1 5m and 2m apart This area is very boggy It then proceeds down towards Brahunisary Farm and is easily followed but remains very soft underfoot At the march wall of Brahunisary there is an unlocked gate and from here the route follows the line of a wall down to the field next to the farmhouse through four unlocked gates This part of the track is gravel and is used by agricultural vehicles It then takes a 90 degree turn to the right and up into the farmyard before turning to the left and down to the road Grid ref

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    walks Other historic routes promoted during the festival 10 17 October include the Balquhidder Road the Kirkmichael to Ballinluig Drove Road General Wade s Military Road from Crieff to Aberfeldy the Ardeonaig to Comrie Drove Road and the Comrie to Callander Hill Track One can start by walking an additional 10km 6miles from Balquhidder along the narrow public road on the north side of Loch Voil and Loch Doine to the carpark at its end km east of Inverlochlarig farm which is on the site of the house where Rob Roy MacGregor died in 1734 Walk up the glen past the farm on a good track for 5km Beyond its end continue for 2km beside the headwaters of the River Larig and make a rising traverse on the south side of the river to the Bealach nan Corp NN360160 This col is broad and boggy and may be confusing in mist Bear west to pass through a fence at the foot of Sidhean a Chatha then go northwest on a slightly descending traverse across the grassy south west flank of Parlan Hill to reach the col at the head of Glen Gyle where there is a small lochan and the old drove road between Inverarnan and Loch Katrine is joined Descend northwest down a wide boggy corrie to cross the Ben Glas Burn and reach the path on its north side Follow this down to Beinglas farm and the A82 in Glen Falloch 300m north of Inverarnan OS Landranger 57 Stirling The Trossachs area 56 Loch Lomond Inveraray area Heritage Information This is a well known former coffin road going from Glen Falloch to the old church in Balquhidder where Rob Roy is buried Considering the people who walked this would have been carrying a full coffin the distance and

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    signposted to West Linton then fork right i e don t take The Loan to West Linton at NT143530 After crossing the Lyne Water at Lynedale House turn left then right to cross the track which leads to the Cauldstane Slap then pass by West Linton Golf Course Where the road swings right the Old Lanark Road instead go straight ahead i e southwest on a path which crosses the West Water via an old bridge then continues by Hardgatehead and Ingraston to rejoin the A702 1km from Dolphinton As this survey is incomplete we would be especially pleased to receive a full and up to date account of this route OS Landranger 72 Upper Clyde Valley Heritage Information This route follows a section of the Old Biggar Road from Nine Mile Burn so named because it was nine miles from Edinburgh to Dolphinton Until the road now known as the A702 was constructed in 1831 this was part of the main road from Edinburgh to Biggar The West Water bridge is said to have been originally constructed in the 17th century An old coaching inn is thought to be represented by the ruins between the bridge and the golf

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    558 7123 F 0131 558 1222 email facebook twitter flickr Join Us Donate SEARCH BY MAP ADVANCED SEARCH Coffin Road Bealach Eorabhat South Harris Site Design Hosting by Digital Routes Heritage Paths Thieves Road Start location Road bend NW of Romannobridge NT 147 487 End location phone box Blythe Bridge NT 132 453 Geographical area Path Type Path distance 3 9km Accessibility info Back to Search Route Description OS Landranger

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