23apr10:00 am12:00 pmFrom Deep Time to Our Time - Hill of Alyth Road Bike RambleSee a prehistoric standing stone and the Iron Age fort of Barry Hill and learn about the heritage, myths and legends of the area on this guided cycle ride
On this free guided cycle ride you’ll take in one of the many prehistoric standing stones in the east Perthshire area and cycle through Bealach Gabráin, the narrow
On this free guided cycle ride you’ll take in one of the many prehistoric standing stones in the east Perthshire area and cycle through Bealach Gabráin, the narrow pass between the Hill of Loyal and the famous Iron Age fort of Barry Hill on the outskirts of Alyth, learning about some of the heritage, myths and legends of the area as you go.
This route is an easy loop suitable for most bikes. Starting in Alyth it is just over 12km long and should take between one and two hours to complete.
Places are limited to a maximum number of eight participants and booking in advance is essential – you can find further information and secure your place here.
Children attending the ride must be over the age of 10, competent cyclists and accompanied by an adult.
en route, photo Markus Stitz
This session is part of The Cateran Ecomuseum’s Travel For All Our Tomorrow’s programme which offers a number of free, active travel for leisure experiences co-designed with local communities and led by local people, and which aims to encourage more people in the Tayside region to enjoy what is on their doorstep, rather than increase their carbon footprint by travelling further afield.
The guided cycle ride is being delivered by the Cateran Ecomuseum with the support of Inspiring Scotland and the Scottish Government’s Rural and Island Communities Ideas into Action (RICIA) Fund and Paths for All Smarter Choices Smarter Places programme.
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm