Narrow road with few passing places once turned off from Aberlour, parking spaces for approx 7 cars with further spaces on the grass for additional cars. Car park is right by the gate which opens to the path, path follows all the way to the summit. Path is easy to follow but can be slidey in places when dry, walking boots still required.
Well sheltered at the top from any wind direction to give a good lunch stop. Few friendly smiles and hello's on the way up and down.
Great walk, tougher than you would expect with spectacular views of Morayshire.
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