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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    at 149246 make a loop to the east through a grazing field faint path line only On entering the forest at 152244 there is a further green and white sign Continue through the forest on a grassy forest track to the edge of the forest where a kissing gate leads out onto grassy slopes overlooking Northlees 161234 The path down this section is faint in places the zig zags are shown by wooden waymarkers and by the fence line a small pond is passed 150m NW of the farm At the farm a stronger track muddy stony tractor track is picked up which leads all the way to the public road at 160230 near The Binn Perth Kinross Council has white on green signs there indicating both the way northwards and also the continuation along the road to the east Go along this road for about 500m then turn south picking up the footpath past Kinfauns Church to the A90 at 165220 On the far side of the River Tay the route can be picked again From Elcho Castle follow the minor public roads in a generally southeast direction past Elcho Balhepburn and Easter Rhynd farms to the River Earn On the farside of the River Earn head from Ferryfield of Carpow along the minor road for 100m The traditional route of the Coronation Road may have continued southwest towards the A913 in order to link up with the route towards Macduff s Cross However to reach Abernethy turn right onto a grassy track for 200m Cross the burn by the footbridge turn south left and in roughly 200m turn right onto a field track just two muddy ruts between two unfenced fields for 400m to the junction with a farm track Turn left and follow this track initially a

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    4km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Take clear tracks through fields to north of Grantshouse past mast From wood after second mast go across field over slight rise to a gate and onto a track Follow this track to the right to the next gate After the gate bear left follow tractor tracks and when they fork take the right fork then as the track swings left turn off to the right through gorse to corner of field above Redclues Cleugh This area may be heavily covered in gorse Wend way through the gorse either keeping near fence on your left or bearing off to the right after about 100 yards to pick up a tractor track This area is heavily covered with gorse Cross a field to the gate above Old Townhead then follow the track down to A1107 at Old Cambus Heritage Information This old path appears in many old maps including one dating to 1771 showing it to be centuries old It passes the sites of many historic cairns such as Andrew s Cairn St David s Cairn and Craw s Cairn although little remains of these now The path also passes

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    of Way and Access Society 24 Annandale Street Edinburgh EH7 4AN T 0131 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 Smuggler s Trail Start location Troon NS 328 298 End location Dundonald NS 365 346 Geographical area Path Type Path distance 0km Accessibility info Back

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    South Harris Site Design Hosting by Digital Routes Heritage Paths Clovenfords Turnpike Start location Caddonfoot NT 451 347 End location Clovenfords NT 448 363 Geographical area Lothian and Borders Path Type Civil Road Path distance 1 5km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description We don t yet have a survey for the Clovenfords Turnpike so would very much like to hear from anyone who has used

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    know the route and are able to send us a survey we d very much appreciate it Photos of this coffin road will also be gratefully received OS Landranger 34 Fort Augustus Glen Albyn area or 41 Ben Nevis Fort William surrounding area Heritage Information Rathad Mor nan Corp is an old coffin road believed to have been used by the McMartins of Letterfinlay to take their dead to the Cameron graveyard at Gairlochy We haven t been able to trace the line of the coffin road further north to Letterfinlay itself although it may have gone past Lower Glenfintaig Farm and then under the military road or the present road However the last McMartin of Letterfinlay to live at Letterfinlay left by 1770 after which time Letterfinlay was converted into an Inn now replaced His heirs lived at Dochanassie and Mucomir which may go a little way to explain why only the section between the two is marked as Rathad Mor nan Corp on the OS maps The southern extent of the path is somewhat altered perhaps by the now dismantled railway line Rathad Mor nan Corp continued to Mucomir Farm by the westernmost of the two paths that run south to the A82 However the Mucomir Cut was only made in 1813 so we assume the path used to continue more directly westwards to Cladh Mucomir itself affected by the building of the Caledonian Canal Cladh Mucomir the Cameron burial ground at Gairlochy is still in use There are grave monuments dating back to the eighteenth century Another burial ground Cladh Chillmonibhaig and its church once stood nearby but they are now covered by the rerouted River Lochy Kilmonivaig has a long history a rector is noted in 1449 Today just west of Spean Bridge lies Kilmonivaig Established

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    Site Design Hosting by Digital Routes Heritage Paths Loch Etive Path Start location Bonawe NN 011 334 End location Trilleachan NN 108 449 Geographical area Argyll and Bute Path Type Rural Path Path distance 18 5km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description From Bonawe reached by bus from Oban or Connel go along the west side of Loch Etive by a forest road past Craig and Cadderlie 2km beyond Cadderlie the road leaves the lochside to reach the bridge over the Allt Easach between Dail and Barrs Descend towards Barrs and go along the birch fringe of the Loch Etive by a rough path which is often very wet An alternative way is to go along the forest road to its end 1 km beyond the bridge over the Allt Easach and continue along a recently made very rough track which traverses well above the lochside and ends below the Etive Slabs from where a path drops down to thehead of the loch There the public road is reached and followed up Glen Etive for 4km to within 2km of Invercharnan Heritage Information This path appears entirely in the Ordnance Survey 6 inch to the mile

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    Road Path distance 0km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description We don t yet have a full survey for these paths but the West Highland Way is very accessible and the old military road diversions from it should be quite accessible although tricky to find Heritage Information This track is part of the old military road that was built to link Stirling with Fort William This area has a fascinating evolution of roads and tracks as it seems the oldest route as shown in Roy s Military Survey of 1747 55 follows the current road to the car park just north of Loch Tulla and then it seems to go straight over the moor to join up with what is now known as the West Highland Way just south of Ba Cottage The next road to be built would have been the military road shortly after Roy s Military Survey which changes route entirely by splitting west at Bridge of Orchy to go west of Loch Tulla only joining the older road briefly at Bat Cottage and then again at Blackrock Cottage Then the Old Glencoe Road was built which deviated slightly from the Military Road

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    the Compensation Reservoir and immediately on the right is a pedestrian width tubular metal gate which forms the start of this route Here is a notice of West of Scotland Water announcing this as the Kelly Aqueduct The Kelly Cut is an aqueduct now redundant which took water from the Kelly Reservoir above Wemyss Bay to Loch Thom at Cornalees the source of Greenock s water supply The route starts on the 1m plus wide embankment of the aqueduct over open moorland The oath surface is grass grown hard core It is apparent in the fairly recent past the aqueduct which tends to grow aquatic vegetation has been mechanically re excavated in places with the spoil added to the embankment increasing its width without detracting from the quality of its level surface After say 2km following the contour the way deteriorates into a narrow footpath between clumps of rushes with frequent muddy puddles beside the water channel which is largely choked with sphagnum and rushes There are some re excavated sections a couple of small broken wooden bridges not presenting any real difficulty and a couple places where the embankment has been breached allowing the water to follow towards Daff

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