Parked the car in a muddy lay-by on the B937, beside the railway just S of Loch of Lindores, and ran up the track SE from the road, then turned N to reach the top (15 minutes). Then headed N then NE, skirting round the edge of a field of cows, downhill and over a gate, clattering my shin in the process, to join the track back W to the B937 at the loch side. A pleasant warm summer evening run
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