Walks around Blairgowrie, Alyth and Kirkmichael.
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Published by Perthshire Tourist Board in Perth .
Written in English


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Folded brochure.

ContributionsPerthshire Tourist Board. Blairgowrie Area Committee.
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Pagination1 brochure
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Open LibraryOL21153855M

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Blairgowrie Walks. Nestled on the banks of the River Ericht in the heart of Scotland, the Perthshire town of Blairgowrie & Rattray is ideally located for a day trip and or use as a base to explore Central and Eastern Scotland. Crieff Walks. Section 1: Blairgowrie to Kirkmichael, 15 Miles. The start (and end) of the walk is at Blairgowrie, which lies 15 miles north of Perth and 60 miles north of Edinburgh. You can find out about public . The walk starts and finishes in the bustling Perthshire market town of Blairgowrie and links the Glens of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glenisla passing through Alyth en route. This often-overlooked corner /5(6). Path information. Five paths varying from 2 to 8 miles exploring the area in and around Blairgowrie. Blairgowrie is also the start and finish of the 64 mile long Cateran Trail, Scotland's only long-distance circular walk and is the base for the popular Annual Blairgowrie Walking .

Walk to Kirkmichael and stay. Day three. Walk to Spittal of Glenshee and stay somewhere overnight. Day four. Walk to Kirkton of Glenisla and stay overnight. Day five. Walk to Old Stables Alyth and stay. Day six. Walk to Bridge of Cally on The Cateran Trail or Blairgowrie . Den of Alyth, Alyth. Explore this deep-sided wooded valley where the Burn of Alyth tumbles down. Although described here from the first car park on the road out of Alyth, it is possible to start from the centre of Alyth. Terrain. Clear woodland paths, can be muddy in winter. Public Transport. Bus to Alyth. Start. Den of Alyth . Glenshee and Strathardle are a veritable treasure trove for walking! Whether you are after a pleasant amble along the banks of the River Ardle, an energetic hill climb up one or more of the area's Munros (hills over feet), a bracing walk . The Kirkmichael Hotel is a charming Victorian era Coaching Inn set in the village of Kirkmichael, nestled in the Strathardle Glen in Highland Perthshire. Only a 15 minute drive from Pitlochry. Free .

  Cateran Trail: Kirkmichael to Spittal of Glenshee - beautiful walk for all levels to be enjoyed - See traveller reviews, 42 candid photos, and great deals for Blairgowrie, UK, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. Walk to Kirkmichael and stay. Day three: Walk to Spittal of Glenshee and stay somewhere overnight. At this point there is a choice of routes around Mount Blair, either a new off road section via Little Forter and From where it is back to Bridge of Cally and on to a start point at Blairgowrie. Walk from Alyth . The Cateran Trail is a 63 mile circular walk that passes within yards of the Hotel and offers some of Perthshire’s most stunning views. It passes through the towns and villages of Blairgowrie, Bridge of Cally, Kirkmichael, Spittal of Glenshee, Glenisla and Alyth. The Cateran Trail is a spectacular long-distance loop that follows bygone bandit tracks through a forgotten yet beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands. Exploring peaceful glens, majestic moors, wild .