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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Project ScotWays Scottish Rights 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

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Line Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Path Type Industrial Path more info Forth and Clyde Canal Towpath Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Industrial Path more info The High Line Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Path Type Railway Track more info Corduroy Path Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Path Type Industrial Path more info Old Railway Line Aberfoyle Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Path Type Railway Track more info Doups Drove Loan Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Drove Road more info Great Road through the Commonty Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Drove Road more info Murrayshall II Lime Works Tramway Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Industrial Path more info Buchlyvie Muir Road Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Rural Path more info Spout of Ballochleam Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Rural Path more info Pipe Track Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Civil Road more info Strathkelvin Railway Path North Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Railway Track more info Campsie Ridge Route Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Drove Road more info Johnnie s Dam Path Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Path Type Industrial Path more info Old road from Glasgow to Stirling past Sauchie Geographical area Campsie Fells Stirling Clackmannan and Falkirk Path Type Rural Path more info The Avenue Geographical area Campsie Fells Strathclyde and Lanarkshire Path Type Rural Path more info Old Road to St Machan s

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  • Scotland's Heritage Paths Campsie Fells
    Learning Resources Support Us Contact Links Heritage Paths Project ScotWays Scottish Rights 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 Click on

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  • Heritage Paths - Students Gallery
    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 Support Us ScotWays provides most of the Heritage Paths project s funding along with help from Scottish Natural Heritage Why not support the Heritage Paths project by becoming

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Digital Routes Heritage Paths Black Isle Military Road Start location wood edge by Mount High NH 693 627 End location wood edge by Wester Strath NH 663 583 Geographical area Ross and Cromarty Path Type Military Road Path distance 5 4km Accessibility info Suitable for pedestrians Back to Search Route Description This path runs in a straight line south west from Mount High before gradually turning south to reach Wester Strath We have no recent survey of this path and so if anyone knows of its accessibility we d be grateful to hear about it OS Landranger 21 Dornoch Alness Invergordon area 26 Inverness Strathglass area Heritage Information This road is something of a mystery as William Taylor doesn t mention it at all in his book The Military Roads of Scotland and it doesn t appear to be part of any of the Wade Caulfeild or post Caulfeild military roads Yet the modern Ordnance Survey 1 25 000 map names it as a military road and it certainly appears in old maps like John Thomson s map of 1832 Therefore it is a contemporary of the 18th century military roads but doesn t seem to have been built in

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    a right of way on the east side of Killpallet Burn At the march fence the preferred way now goes by Dye Cottage After crossing the Dye Water go south to NT647562 to follow the Southern Upland Way passing Twinlaw Cairns to Braidshawrig From Braidshawrig the direct and shortest route to Lauder is by an old track going southwest across the moor on the west side of Blythe Water In 2km the SUW which has taken a different route from Braidshawrig is rejoined The waymarked SUW route which in parts follows the right of way goes southwest to the plantation ahead where the wall at the edge of the wood is followed to its south end Turn right after a stile to enter the wood and take the first turning left down to Wanton Walls Continue down to cross the A697 and follow the waymarked route through a wood and over the Leader Water by Thirlestane Castle to Lauder An alternative route from Braidshawrig not much longer and in some respects easier is by the track northwest over Edgarhope Law to the Earnscleugh Water and down this valley to Newbigging Walls 3km by road from Lauder It may be clear from the above that the Herring Road passes through Crystal Rig windfarm and has become more difficult to follow as a result The new Lammermuirs project intends to impove matters but if you d like a general idea of what to expect at present read Dixe Wills description of he and his friend s wild camping trip travelling the entire route from Dunbar to Lauder in January 2015 If you re considering cycling the Herring Road we suggest MTB Innerwick Stravaiger s excellent blog of his journey from Lauder to Dunbar in July 2014 OS Landranger 67 Duns Dunbar Eyemouth

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    Chaorainn Continue across this burn and along the track to Glenballach and then by the footpath on the north side of the River Calder The crossing of two burns the Allt ballach and the Allt an Lochain Duibh may be difficult if they are in spate and beyond the latter there is no path for the last few hundred metres to a bridge and bothy at the Allt Madagain NN648984 From there follow a good tracks S through Srath an Eilich and across the moor to Cluny Castle 3km east of Laggan It is possible to go direct to Laggan by leaving the track at the south end of Srath an Eilich and bearing SW just below the steep slopes of Stac Buidhe across grassy moorland with no continuous path to finish through fields where cattle and sheep graze above the village This path is horse accessible as far as Cluny Castle but we re not sure about the onward route to Laggan OS Landranger 35 Kingussie Monadhliath Mountains Heritage Information This path is a very old road linking Badenoch with upper Speyside It must have been used for hundreds of years as there are ruined townships located throughout the area These townships were not nearly as remote when inhabited as they seem now as there would have been a steady stream of traffic travelling past Indeed there would have been little other way to go south without the use of a boat to cross the Spey until the river was bridged towards the end of the 18th century At the east end the path starts at what is now named on Ordnance Survey maps as Shepherd s Bridge but was originally called either Allt a Chaorrain Bridge or Dail a Chaorrain Bridge It is one of the very many

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  • Heritage Paths - Search for Paths by Map
    route on the south side of Loch Beinn a Mheadhoin is now very difficult to pass due to forestry Some intrepid surveyors have managed to hack their way through and poles were placed along the route some years ago but these are unlikely to be easy to find However it is a great shame that the whole of this path is ignored for the difficulty in passing a relatively short stretch The views are apparently far better than those of the shoreside path OS Landranger 33 Loch Alsh Glen Shiel Loch Hourn 25 Glen Carron surrounding area 26 Inverness Strathglass area Heritage Information This is the original route through Glen Affric which fell into disuse when the present public road on the north side of the River Affric through Chisholm s Pass was made in the 19th century It is shown on Roy s map of 1755 as Road from Kintail to Inverness The route over the Bealach an Sgairne is shown on Moll s map of 1725 which marked it to Bealach Pass St Duthac was a beloved saint of Scotland previous to the Reformation Duthac was born at Tain later becoming Bishop of Rosshire and then buried at Tain upon his death in 1065 A great missionary walker Duthac covered a lot of ground in his efforts at conversion and many local place names bear his name Duthac was educated in Ireland and it may be that St Duthac s Way follows the path he took when travelling back and forth from Ireland It appears more likely however that St Duthac s Way is the route Duthac took between his parishes while he was a bishop connecting Easter Ross with Kintail According To A E Robertson s Old Tracks 1941 the Bealach an Sgairne is also locally known

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