Backwater Dam loop walk

Follow the road/track up the west side of the water and onwards through farmland up to The Barny. Then follow the farm track back past Glen Damff Farm and Glenhead...

Brackny Bridge

The oldest known bridge of its type in Scotland. Built in 1824 by engineer John Justice of Dundee as a prototype for a larger version at the Haughs of Drimmie...

Dalrulzion Forest

The site of a number of iron age round houses. Dalrulzion is a name given to a particular form of iron age house building style with double walls. They are...

Diarmuid’s Tomb

One of many legends in Glenshee connected to Fionn Macumhaill. Dhiarmaid or Diarmuid O’Duibne (“of the bright face”) was one of the legendary Fionn Macumhaill’s most trusted warriors. It is...

Druim Dearg or Bell Cairn

A prehistoric monument. The remains of a kerb cairn, a stony mound containing or concealing deliberately deposited human remains, was recorded on the north shoulder of Druim Dearg by the Ordinance...

Folda/Forter Loop

Spectacular scenery with deep views. You will need a road bike for this route. Follow the road down the glen, past Folda Farm and Balnamenoch farm and turn right at...

Glenmarkie Forest Loop

A family friendly itinerary. You will need a mountain bike for this route. Take the track to the left, past Shandra (options to go across the weir and onto the...

Glenmarkie Forest walk

A beautiful forest walk. Take the track to the left, past Loch Shandra  and walk up the hill past the The Tulloch cottage where the track flattens out. There are...

Kirkton of Glenisla

The heart of Glenisla. Kirkton of Glenisla is an ancient farming community, and little has changed over centuries in the way the land has been managed. The remains of Bronze...

Kirkton of Glenisla Loop

A stiff climb with magnificent views. Follow the Cateran Trail crossing over the Brackny Bridge and then a stiff climb up to Whitehills Wood. Brackny Bridge is quite remarkable –...

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