Sunday 1st July 2007

Braes of Glenlivet circular

O.S. Sheet 36&37 Length: 16 km (10m) Ascent: 100 m

Walk starts at the small car park at Chapeltown 243209. This is a low level walk passing Corunich (of The Moon is my Nearest Neighbour, book fame) and Ladderfoot and continuing up to the ruin of Suie 277248 (optional) which borders Glenfiddich. We should have a good view of Cook's Cairn from here.

We return to our original path and follow the River Livet and Walk 3 indicators via Glack, around the foot of the Bochel to Badievochel and Rhindhu Farm, returning via Achnascraw to the car park.

If we complete the walk by 2.45pm I have arranged for a tour of the Glenlivet Distillery at 3pm. They have a visitor centre and cafeteria so that should be an incentive for us!!!

Please note as this route goes through farm land and it will only be suitable for dogs on leads. The views on this walk are beautiful on a good day.

Walkers must wear walking boots, warm and waterproof clothing and take plenty food and liquids. THESE ARE ESSENTIAL.

Coach Leaves Culter Village Hall at 8.00am and returns approx 6.00pm

Bus Fee: 10 and Non-members 12

Contact NO LATER THAN Wednesday 27th June 2007

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