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Nice wander up Dumyat

Nice wander up Dumyat


Postby KatTai » Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:16 pm

Route description: Dumyat by the hill path

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Dumyat

Date walked: 15/04/2015

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Had a lovely walk up Dumyat hill today, picked it out as it was close to Stirling and the dogs had an appointment there with their canine massage therapist in Stirling, and glad I did as it was a thoroughly enjoyable walk, if a bit muddy in places not that the dogs were complaining! There were notices saying to park in Pendreich car park, the layby parking is all closed off. We started off following the WH route, then ended up meandering around a bit following various other trails to reach the top but we got there!

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Layby parking all closed off


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Plenty of notices where to go, and where no to go!


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Rain over there


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Sheep skull on the wall, no idea why!


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Settlement ruins


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view


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more views


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snow still on the big hills


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Even the dogs enjoyed the views!


And the dogs having a massage afterwards...it really is a dogs life!

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Millie


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