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fraser anderson reviewed Loch Leven
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Mountain bikingGreat!
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David Moncrieff reviewed Cairn Laith
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Hoopy 1888 reviewed Cairn Laith
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HikingRocky
First to Review

Bit muck just after the hut but plenty of rocks to jump on and off mainly rock steps all the way up till nearer the top then comes the gravel ok on way up not so good on way back down we left late on in the evening to catch the sunset so didn’t get chance to do the loop hopefully next time when back in area

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M Alehno reviewed Cairn an Tuirc
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Jenny Gow reviewed Carn a'Chlamain
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Hiking

This a beautiful hike up through Glen Tilt. Once you get on the hill it’s a little boring as just a road pretty much all the way up but the views are great. Used the map from Walkhighlands rather than this one as it’s a much more interesting path for walking rather than going on the road if you’re on a bike.

Jack Banister reviewed Spittal of Glenshee
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First to Review

this was great, amazing views! however not all on path and some real scrambles up and down, be prepared for a tough walk

Ben Grodzinski reviewed Bruar Falls
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Laura W. reviewed Loch Leven
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Mountain biking
Louise Whiteman reviewed Dunkeld and Hermitage Circular Walk
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First to Review

Would recommend for sure. Had great fun on the MTB. Will be doing this one again soon. Some unexpected steps and rocks but added to the adventure.

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Louise Whiteman reviewed Blair Atholl and River Tilt Loop
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Mountain biking

Unfortunately the trail on one side of this route is not accessible for Mountain Bikes, spoke to one of the estate workers as they passed and he wasn’t aware of the trail at all on the other side apart to make a huge loop of the River Tilt, but we adapted it and made a Half Loop trail for those with wheels. Lovely area, and plenty places to stop and take in the scenery and roaming livestock. Steep terrain and fab down hill stints in between on the route back to the car park. Would do it again for a good leg burner in the way back.

Mike Scullion reviewed Tay Forest Circular Walk
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Hiking
First to Review

I did this trail in reverse. Too close to busy motorway, the noise of traffic was off-putting. I decided to walk further up and around the Tay Forest Circular Walk to get away from the busy trail, but was met was large areas of fallen trees, machinery, etc... Good day for the family with young children (staying on the trail) and loads of bike riding areas, but I didn’t find this the greatest hike. I prefer more remote areas and less groups on the trail. The trail was kept clean though and easy to follow.

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steve riley reviewed Moncreiffe Hill Loop
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Walking
First to Review

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.

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Jonathan Torbet reviewed Kinnoull Hill and Deuchny Wood
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Hiking
First to Review

Great walk, also has a great MTB track

steve riley reviewed Scone Recreation Park Loop
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Walking
First to Review

Not for me.

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Rachel Newnham reviewed Blair Atholl and River Tilt Loop
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First to Review

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

Jonathan Torbet reviewed Quarrymill
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Hiking
First to Review

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

Michael O'Sullivan reviewed Ben Macdui
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Lori Watson reviewed Cairn Laith
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HikingSnow
First to Review

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.

Christina L reviewed Kinnoull Hill Summit Viewpoint
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ade0410 User reviewed Creag Choinnich
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Hiking
First to Review

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.

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ade0410 User reviewed Creag nan Gabhar Circular
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HikingMuddyRocky
First to Review

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.

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ade0410 User reviewed Morrone Circular
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Hiking
First to Review

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.

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Hiking
First to Review

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.

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