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Kildoon Hill, Maybole - a chilly winter walk

Bringing my car in for MOT was a good occasion to walk this route. Weather was nice, but very crisp with a strong breeze. I've done this walk in 2 hours, but I had my lunch in between. Soon you're out of Maybole and away from the traffic and the landscape is quite beautiful, even in wintertime. Most...
by Arno Bremer
Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:02 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Kildoon Hill, Maybole - a chilly winter walk
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Views: 110

Glencruitten House Woods

Glencruitten House Woods Just 2 miles east from Oban, following Glencruitten Road, you will find Glencruitten House Woods. Turning into the estate grounds, take the turn straight left at the cross roads, where you'll find a car park after 50 meters on your right. There are plenty of routes to take i...
by Arno Bremer
Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:39 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Glencruitten House Woods
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Taynuilt to Oban (Glencruitten House)

Taynuilt - Oban (Glencruitten House) This route takes you through Glen Lonan, from Taynuilt to Oban. The beautiful glen has a variety of landscapes and contains many historic relics as cairns, standing stones, a stone circle and from more recent times remains of chapels... To start the journey, tak...
by Arno Bremer
Sat Feb 24, 2018 2:13 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Taynuilt to Oban (Glencruitten House)
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Views: 370

Kilchrenan (Taychreggan) - Glencruitten House

Kilchrenan (Taychreggan) to Glencruitten House This route has most likely been a pilgrimage route from Glasgow/Loch Lomond/.. towards Iona, as the isle of Kerrera was then a more common connection to get across to Mull. For that reason the walking route is from Taychreggan to Kilmore..and then dive...
by Arno Bremer
Sat Feb 24, 2018 1:18 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: Kilchrenan (Taychreggan) - Glencruitten House
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Views: 455

A hill without a track

A hike without a trail Starting at the bridge over the River Lonan, I followed a former forest track (after getting over the sheep fence). At the end of this old road I bumped into a very new forest road, graveled and big. I followed this track North until the sharp bend south. That's where I found...
by Arno Bremer
Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:48 pm
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: A hill without a track
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Views: 783

A good day's walk

A good day's walk! This walk with the two Munro's is a good day's walk. With a semi-solid overcast and a nice breeze from the North, it was a clear day and we have enjoyed views to all sides along the route. I expected the walk to be much of the same, since there's only grassy hills all around you. ...
by Arno Bremer
Sat Jul 01, 2017 8:57 am
 
Forum: Walk reports - Scotland
Topic: A good day's walk
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Views: 1020

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