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Glen Tilt circuit

Glen Tilt circuit


Postby Inmyowntime » Wed Nov 11, 2015 1:58 pm

Route description: Glen Tilt circuit, Blair Atholl

Date walked: 15/10/2015

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This is a nice walk, with some good views up the glen along the way. The river itself was very attractive, one of those lovely Scottish rivers with lots of big rocks and clear, brown water. Plenty of spots by the river to stop and picnic. The route is a bit boggy here and there and in rainy conditions could be very wet. Good for a fairly gentle stretch of the legs, but it wasn't as scenic as I had hoped. I didn't think it it lived up to the description I sometimes see as one of Scotland's prettiest glens.
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