Dumgoyne and Earl's Seat, near Killearn
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The distinctive wee steep peak of Dumgoyne is a popular local landmark. This route combines it with a moorland ramble to Earl's Seat with extensive views north and the possibility of a dram on return.
Track, then very steep path, eroded in places, moorland path to Earl's Seat can be boggy.
Regular bus (10) from Glasgow will stop at distillery on request.
Glengoyne Distillery on A875.
Hillwalking in Winter
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