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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    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 Herdsman s Road Start location Strathblane

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    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 Jura Postie Path Start location Lussagiven NR 636 869 End location Kinuachdrachd NR 705 988 Geographical area Path Type Path distance 15 5km Accessibility info

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    and Galloway Arran and Ayrshire Path Type Civil Road Path distance 41 2km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description We don t yet have a full survey of this path and would be very grateful for one Heritage Information This is an interesting track although due to the effects of both the raising of the level of Loch Doon and the heavy forestry you are rarely walking along the historic line of the route Another difficulty with finding the line of the old route is that it isn t depicted very clearly in old maps In Ordnance Survey s 1st edition 6 inch to the mile maps a route is shown from Dalmellington to Starr and then nothing till Clatteringshaws Loch but 30 years earlier in 1831 Ainslie mapped a clear road going further south to MacWhirther Lodge There are sites of settlement along the route recorded from Pont s surveys of the 1590s onwards suggesting that people were travelling this route but that it wasn t significant enough to be mapped by Pont or Roy and that it had largely fallen out of use by the time Ordnance Survey undertook their detailed surveys in the

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    and follow the public unclassified road to NX334637 where the Old Military Road heads west as a tarmac road becoming a tractor rutted green track after the junction with the driveway to Barneight There are several gates and a river ford which could cause a problem when water is high However the underfoot conditions are quite good as grass grazed has grown up through the hard core original road This clear track bordered on both sides by dykes emerges at the back of Ardachie Farm South west from Ardachie much of the route is harder to follow and we are told that to do so may involve climbing walls and cutting across fields OS Landranger 82 Stranraer Glenluce surrounding area Heritage Information This is part of a fascinating military road that was built by Major Caulfeild in the 1760s The road originally stretched 105 miles from Bridge of Sark to Portpatrick much of its line is still used today by the A75 This section of the route can be hard to find a part known to be more readily walkable lies nearer to Newton Stewart Further east between Creetown and Anwoth lies the section known as the Corse of Slakes

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    down the left bank of the river to Bridgehaugh If you want to avoid walking 5km along the A941 go north northwest from Bridgehaugh to Smithstown and reach Dufftown along paths and farm roads round the east side of Goodman s Knowe OS Landranger 36 Grantown Aviemore Cairngorm area 37 Strathdon 28 Elgin Dufftown surrounding area or OS Explorer 420 Correen Hills Glenlivet 424 Buckie Keith Heritage Information This route is visible in its entirety from Rhindhu to Dufftown on the OS 6 first edition mapping surveyed in the late 1860s although north of Tor Elick the route runs on the west bank of the River Fiddich to Glenfiddich Lodge These days the more substantial path is to be found on the east bank however the right of way runs along the west bank on a path marked on the OS 1 25 000 map Explorer 420 An additional path is visible on OS maps from the 6 first edition at least up until the 1 popular edition of the 1920s It lay west of the River Fiddich path roughly parallel but further up the hill and ran to Glenfiddich Lodge It is likely to have been superceded by the present day s Morton s Way which runs along the ridge to the top of Corryhabbie Hill as this later route is not marked on the older maps In 1994 a milestone was found at Suie NJ 276 248 It was inscribed Glenfiddich 6 1 2 along with the initials JM and CN The milestone may have been one of a series for shooting parties giving the distance from Glenfiddich where there has been a lodge since at least 1775 This certainly seems to have been the case for Lochmore Lodge along the Bealach nam Meirleach Drove Road see http

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description Leave the A97 road in Donside 1km west of Glenkindie and go N up the Kindie Burn by Glencuie and Rinmore to Largue where the road ends Then go NNW by a track which ends km south of the col between Dun Mount and Mount Meddin Go N across this col over very rough ground peat bog and heather to find the end of the track on the north side of the watershed Accurate navigation is necessary This track leads down the north flowing Kindy Burn past Bracklach to Powneed from where a farm road goes to Cabrach Heritage Information This track is shown entirely in the 19th century OS 6 inch to the mile map as a road This map also shows the site of St Ronald s Chapel and St Ronald s Well between Glencuie and the Kindie Burn although both chapel and well were well ruined at the time the OS maps were surveyed This track was certainly used by people travelling to and from the Cabrach area to Donside but the existence of St Ronald s Chapel perhaps points to another use of the path It

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    distance 18 1km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description From Corrour Station go northwest along the path and track as far as the south end of Loch Treig 1km before Creaguaineach Lodge From there turn southwest up Gleann Iolairean following the path up the Allt Feith Chiarain which is the line of the old drove road from Spean Bridge to Kingshouse Inn Pass Loch Chiarain and continue southwest across a level watershed along a path which goes on the north west side of the Allt an Ruadha Dheirg and the Allt an Inbhir to reach the Blackwater Reservoir 1km east of the dam Finally follow the path along the north side of the River Leven down a very attractive wooded glen to reach Kinlochleven OS Landranger 41 Ben Nevis Fort William surrounding area Heritage Information The Ciaran Path is so called because it once ran from Kinlochleven to Ciaran a lost change house and drove stance that lay between Lochan Inbhir and Lochan na Salach Uidhre now submerged in the combined waters of the Blackwater Reservoir The drove road from Spean Bridge came through the Lairig Leacach to reach Loch Treig From there the drovers headed

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Search Route Description Cross the River Orchy and go NW uphill through forest over the Mam Carraigh and down to Inveroran Hotel and Forest Lodge At Forest Lodge you can go by the 19th century Old Glencoe Road which is now called the West Highland Way or there is the quieter and harder to find military road which is on the north side of the small piece of forestry This section of military road then joins the Old Glencoe Road at 469 282 and deviates again just north of Ba Cottage at 280 499 before rejoining the Old Glencoe Road just short of the Ski Centre Heritage Information This path is now mostly on the track we now call the West Highland Way which is actually the route of a 19th century road called the Old Glencoe Road This 19th century road is based on an 18th century military road although the Old Glencoe Road took a slightly lower line at two points There is a fascinating evolution of routes in this area as the first route we ve come across is marked in Roy s Military Survey 1747 55 and runs in a similar line to the current A82

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