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This walk will take you along Laburnum Walk with the adventure playground on your right, then up Queen Mother's Drive.  Continue up through the woods to the North Drive, and follow the path...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

Larghan Park is a large, 8.2 hectare park situated to the east of Coupar Angus and adjacent to the A84.  A skate park, football pitch, cricket oval and a privately operated multi sport court...

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Picnic Area, Woodland, Walking

Start outside Kings Cross Hospital on Clepington Road. Turn left and walk along Clepington Road until you reach the next street on your left.  Turn left onto Glenprosen Terrace.  Walk to the end...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

An extinct volcano formed around 400 million years ago, the 572-foot peak is the city's most distinctive landmark and an enduring attraction for visitors and locals. Central to Dundee’s defences...

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Walking

Mostly level, easy walking, scope to vary length from around 6 kilometres upwards.  Walking includes mixed woodland, paths through agricultural land, possibility of estate land, coastal areas...

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Walking

As described here, the route is only about 9 kilometres long but there is plenty of scope for a longer walk along Path 211 in the direction of Dunbog or towards Collessie.  We parked at Den of...

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Walking

The original idea/design for the map was for library staff to raise funds for a local charity. This done they would love you to try the literary trail for yourselves by choosing one or more from...

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Walking

Loch Brandy is a superb example of a mountain corrie, backed by craggy slopes and cradling a perfect loch. The walk has the benefit of a very well constructed path making this a good short and...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

This is a pleasant circular walk around a woodland loch just off the A9 near Pitlochry. The trail has a firm even surface and is wide enough for two people to walk side by side over most of its...

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Woodland, Walking

An interesting circuit of Loch Faskally from the centre of Pitlochry. The walk includes a pretty metal suspension bridge over the river, passes the Festival Theatre and the fish ladder on the dam...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

When ospreys returned to breed in Scotland, this ancient Caledonian pineforest is where they chose to come. The Loch Garten Osprey Centre provides fantastic views of these magnificent birds on the...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Visit Loch Leven and you’ll quickly discover that our world-famous castle, our National Nature Reserve, golf, cycling, fishing and hill walking are just a few of the myriad things to see and do in...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

There are three routes to choose from:  the Bronze Route take you through Kirkgate Park to the fabulous viewpoint over Loch Leven, the Silver Route is a visit to the bird hide for wildlife...

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Walking

Loch Leven Heritage Trail is a unique trail linking natural, historic and cultural heritage around Loch Leven. Level and barrier-free for most of its length, the Trail is suitable for walkers of...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Woodland, Walking

One for twitchers, ospreys are a regular summer visitor - look out for them from the three hides. The loch is a nature reserve run by the RSPB, open daily from dawn to dusk.

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

This stunning inland loch is set among the foothills of the Braes of Angus and close to the fertile farmlands of Strathmore. The Loch of Lintrathen attracts vast numbers of wintering wildfowl,...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Loch of the Lowes is a large, picturesque freshwater loch fringed by areas of fen, reedbed and semi-natural woodland. From early April to late August, a pair of breeding osprey nest in the...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

A long but easy-going walk into the quiet moorland north of Dunkeld, passing a number of picturesque lochs and climbing the superb viewpoint of Deuchary Hill before returning through mature woods...

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Walking

Loch Tummel is a long narrow loch in Perthshire, 6 miles (9.6 km) west of Pitlochry. The area around the River Tummel and Loch Tummel is known as Strathtummel and is one of the most beautiful...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Lochee Park, donated to the city by the Cox Brothers (jute mill owners) in 1890, provides ample space for active sports.  A disabled access guide is available for this park which can be viewed on...

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Woodland, Walking

Start outside the Library on Lochee High Street.  Turn to your right and walk up the High Street.  Turn right off the High Street and onto Methven Street.  Walk along Methven Street and turn right...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

The trail follows roads and tracks around the east of Lochgelly. There are several steep gradients (up to 17% (1:6) and a couple of kerbs as higher as 60mm.There is one width restriction (80cm)...

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Woodland, Walking

Situated in the heart of Fife, Lochore Meadows is a great place to visit with a wide range of leisure and recreational activities that cater for all the family.  With the loch at its centre you...

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Beach, Cycling and Mountain Biking, Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

There are three routes to choose from: the Bronze Route is a short walk towards the castle, the Silver Route is a walk past the old pit head and train to the stables and back by the loch and the...

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Walking

The walk starts from the visitor centre next to the car park. It is just less than 5 Kilometres (3.1 miles) long. There are frequent seats on the first and last sections but there is a two mile...

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Woodland, Walking

The Lomond Hills are Fife's most prominent landmarks and the centre of 25 miles of moorland, lochs and farmland. The area was designated as Scotland's first Regional Park in 1986 in recognition of...

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Woodland, Walking

Start uphill toward Denhead of Gray, through Liff, joining the A923 briefly heading westward until you turn off left at Tullybaccart after a brief decline.Climb again briefly before enjoying an...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking

Lower Largo is the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe. From the Temple car park (a reference to the Knights Templar), the route follows the...

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Walking

This stunning east-facing beach is backed by sand dunes and framed by low cliffs to the north and south. From its northern end at Boddin Point, located about three miles south of Montrose, Lunan...

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Beach, Walking

Lundie Craig is a prominent summit in the Sidlaw Hills, with a steep escarpment and a transmitter mast that make it easily identifiable when seen from afar. It is a great viewpoint and the ascent...

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Woodland, Walking