Walking and mountainbiking in the Atholl Glens – Scotland, UK - a Cicerone guide

Cover of The Scottish Glens 2 - The Atholl Glens
Temporarily out of stock
1 Nov 1999
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5cm
No. Maps
No. Photos
1st Published
1 Jan 1993
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The Scottish Glens 2 - The Atholl Glens

by Peter Koch-Osborne
Book published by Cicerone Press

A guidebook to walking and mountainbiking east of Drumochter in the Atholl Glens, Scotland, UK - the glens from Tilt to Cairnwell and between Aberfeldy and Dunkeld, using paths and tracks. Second in a series of 9 guidebooks for walkers and mountainbikers.

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Cover: Paperback - Laminated
Size: 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5cm
Weight: 150g

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The aim in this series of books is to provide the mountainbiker and walker with information on a variety of routes so they know something of what to expect.

One of the problems is that O.S. maps give no indication as to whether an 'other road' is metalled, a path or a forest fire break, or anything in between. Many bridges shown on O.S. maps do not exist. Rivers are difficult to judge in size from the map, and a building may be anything from a pile of stones to a maintained bothy. All is revealed without removing the sense of adventure and exploration.

Gradient profiles help to assess how strenuous a route is, and each hand-drawn page contains a wealth of information.

The object is to save wasted leisure time and enable the armchair explorer to plan ahead or relive experiences.

The Atholl Glens includes: The Glens East of Drumochter, Glen Tilt to Cairnwell, and Aberfeldy to Dunkeld.

  • Seasons
    All year round.
  • Centres
    Blairgowrie, Braemar, Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Calvine, Newtonmore, Kingussie, Aviemore
  • Difficulty
    The routes are in and around the glens, so are not high mountain routes and can all be walked or mountain-biked.
  • Must See
    Quiet south Cairngorm glens and the range of possibilities north from Blair Atholl.
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East of Drumochter
    East of Drumochter Routes
    Glen Tromie
    Glen Fernisdale
    Loch Cuaich
    Edendon Water
    Gleann a Chrombaidh
    Glen Bruar
    Glen Banvie
Tilt to Cairnwell
    Tilt to Cairnwell Routes
    The Environs of Blair Atholl
    Glen Tilt
    Glean Diridh and Glean Mhairc
    Tarf Water
    Glen Fender
    Glen Girnaig
    Glen Fearnach
    Glen Loch
    Glean Taitneach
    Baddoch Burn
Aberfeldy to Dunkeld
    Aberfeldy to Dunkeld Routes
    Glen Fincastle
    Camserney Burn
    Loch Hoil
    Loch Kennard
    Loch Skaich
    Loch Ordie
    Loch Broom
    Kindrogan Wood

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