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hiking
snow
19 days ago

walking
19 days ago

Lovely walk through some woodland areas with some nice views at the top of the hill. Best views are at the old forts. Some pathways were muddy when I walked this on March 20th but no problems. Parking was not ideal and finding a space could be difficult as this was just dirt track and narrow road.

hiking
flooded
snow
1 month ago

Fully pathed to the summit, tractors and jeeps on road to quarry to be vigilant for traffic.

Great walk, also has a great MTB track

Not for me.

Stunning walk. Red squirrels, deer, tornado jets and a total of 6 other people seen in 4 hours. Generally well waymarked although we missed one and had to cut across farmland

hiking
rocky
snow
1 month ago

Nice walk, higher up it’s all covered in snow and with the sun out it was such a beautiful experience.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice walk, no hills and has a path all the way around.

hiking
muddy
off trail
snow
1 month ago

Great walk for all experiences of walkers/climbers.

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

hiking
icy
snow
2 months ago

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

hiking
icy
rocky
2 months ago

My three star rating may be unfair. I walked this track following a spell of really heavy rain and some snow fall. The first few miles of the walk are relative flat and go along an old railway line in the valley. There is a water crossing and after that is when the hill really starts. The first part of the climb is steep but it does flatten out into a pleasant hike. As a result of the recent weather the old railway line path was very, very wet and I felt I spent more time jumping over puddles than actually walking. The river crossing was made near impossible by the fast flowing river and no obvious means by which to cross - I ended up taking my boots and socks off and going for it, unfortunately the water was still above my knees. I reached the summit, however made the choice to turn back around due to the very dense fog. I was wary the summit is at the top of a corrie and visibility was reduced to a few meters only. Otherwise, I imagine the views would be great. If you choose to do this route I would reccomend completing it during a dry spell to avoid the same issues as me. You can park at the Dalmunzie Hotel for £2.50 for the day. 3 stars based on my experience, however one I will likely do again in the summer.

hiking
blowdown
flooded
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
snow
2 months ago

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

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