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wandern
schlammig
11 days ago

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
11 days ago

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schlammig
1 month ago

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schlammig
1 month ago

wandern
1 month ago

A cold day heading out from Braemar but very crisp with clear skies. The ascent to the top is fairly steep but good paths make it more bearable. The views from the summit are worth the haul up with stunning scenery and Braemar down below. The return path was fairly steep and slippy before joining the main track past the large rock called lion's head before dropping down alongside the road and River Dee. Eventually the trail turns left and climbs again with fabulous views of Morrone with Braemar below. Follow the path back where it joins the initial ascent path before turning right and following back to the road into the centre of Braemar. A very fulfilling walk with various habitat and scenery throughout. We really did enjoy it and would recommend for anyone whose a keen hiker. We used gaiters and walking poles that certainly helped throughout. A pint and plenty of food in the Fife Arms rounded off a great day.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
1 month ago

this was a really enjoyable hike offering great views and bagging a Corbet at the same time! starting at the car park (that's £3 for the day) a trek along jocks road before taking a left path that begins to ascend steeply to views over Braemar. the path continues and is clear to follow all the way to the summit. heading back down there was some particularly boggy terrain before joining back on a clear path. once back on jocks road if the burn is too high to cross, head left across a faint path that will lead to a bridge allowing you to get back into jocks road after some careful navigation through water and rocks. then continue all the way back to the car park. highly recommend using gaiters and good pair of walking poles! although cloud prevented us from a summit view we really enjoyed this hike and would recommend. we undertook it in November following heavy rain.

wandern
2 months ago

I'd definitely recommend this hike if you want to bag yourself a Corbet (it's 50m shy of being a Monroe). A very clear path leads steeply up to the Five Cairns and then becomes a bit more indistinct but still easy to follow. The summit is reached where the tall radio tower and trig point. The descent continues past the tower and is a clear rocky road allowing access to the tower. During the descent there are further views of Morrone which highlight a much longer mountain than seen on the ascent. Eventually you join the old military road which runs past the UK's highest 18 hole golf course! Just before a cattle grid head left up a steep woodland path back to the start.

A nice trail that takes you from woodland down along the River Dee before heading into the lovely village of Braemar before returning uphill back to the start. This is a fairly easy walk but can be muddy in places especially after heavy rainfall. We also had a look around the ruins of Braemar castle which is also shown as part of this trail.

wandern
2 months ago

Rando pas terrible, les arbres sont coupé et en vrai c’est hyper facile . Ça reste sympathique à faire en famille mais vraiment c’est plus une ballade qu’une randonné.

We started off in beautiful autumnal sunshine sharing the same route to Ben Vrackie in spectacular Perthshire woodland. The route to Creag Chuinnlean peeled off to the west around a KIlometre into the woods. This took us up a track currently in use by logging vehicles. Very muddy steep and slippery. This eventually came out to an open trail with great views of the Tay valley over Pitlochry. A couple of hundred meters beyond the road- end the track followed a very overgrown logging route which eventually became impassable around one third of the way round. Sad to say, we had to turn back. DW.

wandern
2 months ago

Short and easy hike with some beautiful colours and waterfalls. Well maintained trail. Dewar distillery is not far down the road for a cool cap to a little afternoon out!

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

Best accomplished with two cars otherwise you have an appx 5km walk up and over adjacent to the Road. Starts with a scramble up heather covered Meal Gorm. We could not find any really well defined path but you can see the target. Turns into scree covered at creag leachach boundary wall aides navigation although not a smooth walk over stones and rocks. We then walked to Glas Maol and to Cairn of Ciaisse then the very rocky top of Carn an Tuirc and a steep initially rocket descent to the car park. Only one car so a 5km walk up and over passed the ski Centre. With more time recommend adding Tom Buidhe and Tolmount as access the way is easiest apparently. So actually possible to get six Munros in one day with an early start and enough light.

wandern
3 months ago

nice hike

wandern
4 months ago

bit hard to find the trail from the shopping centre car park, but stunning once on the route. easy trail for a mixed ability group

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

The trail from the car park is a 4WD ACCESS ROAD so easy to follow. Fork left or right depending on the side of the loch u want to visit. Jocks Road goes Left. Jocks Road changes as it reaches the Loch to a single track that runs the side of Loch Callater then up and over to Glenn Dolll. If you are planning the full route then know how to read a map use a compass or follow GPS as easy to get lost on the upper plateau after you scramble Up the grassy hillside. The single track path is not easy to see.

wandern
5 months ago

Waterfall seemed a bit dried up, and it was difficult to see the biggest parts from the trail. The outer side of the trail was also a disappointment since all the trees were recently chopped down. Bit depressing looking actually.

wandern
5 months ago

Wonderful trail with great views. Steep hike up, but still very manageable.

wandern
5 months ago

Leicht gehbar, iW für die Öffentlichkeit geschlossene Forststrasse. Wir hatten leider eine sehr steife Briese direkt von vorne. Durch den Fluss an dem man entlang geht sehr malerisch.

on Loch Beanie

wandern
privatgrundstück
schlammig
scrambling
5 months ago

We only managed to make it to about half the way till we fully got stuck in moor. Only the first fee hundred meters there is a path visible. After the second fence hardly any path visible. Very sad.

wandern
5 months ago

Beautiful views across a stunning landscape.

wandern
5 months ago

My wife, son, and I completed this hike on a quick stop to Highlands. It packs a lot of scenery for each step. Loved the mystical look of the forest and the lush green everywhere.

rucksacktour
abseits des Weges
privatgrundstück
schlammig
5 months ago

The AllTrails map above shows the 50 mile version. If you follow the trail signage you will complete the entire 64 miles of this trail. I did this in 3 days and like most trails it has its positives and negatives. Positive: *little towns along the way to stop off and get refreshments. It’s like to be able to not have trail food for every meal. *it is very well signed that you can easily follow along *not a lot of other hikers Con *lots of rain so a good portion of the trail was very wet and boggy *lots of pasture hiking which means animal poo to avoid on every step. *more road walking than I prefer. It’s a nice trail with very manageable hills that gives you a good sense of the countryside.

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