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Walks in Central Scotland

Central Scotalnd is a mountainous county in Scotland situated between Fife and Tayside in the east, and Strathclyed in the west. It contains three main areas; Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling, and also several Munros.

As is natural for such a hilly area there are many walks that can be done although no National Trails pass through the area. I walked through it on two occasions; my sectional Land's End to John O'Graots walks, and on my coastwalk where I touched the eastern edge of the county.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Central Scotland.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Central Scotland

 
The Falls of Dochart on Killin.

Lochan Breclaich dam.

My tent in the saddle between Meall na Feith' Faide and Beinn Chreachain

   


List of walks in Central Scotland

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
908 West Highland Way: Tyndrum to Kingshouse Hotel19.4
907 West Highland Way: Inversnaid to Tyndrum19.1
906 West Highland Way: East Drumquhassle to Inversnaid23.9
905 West Highland Way: Milgavie to East Drumquhassle11.1
566 Boness to Muirhouse18.9
565 Culross to Boness16.8
149 Killin to Gleann Meran18.1
148 Head of Loch Lednock to Killin11.3
117 Dollar to Auchterarder12.0
116 Dunfermline to Dollar12.9

This was a total of 163.5 miles in 10 walks (an average of 16.35 miles per walk).


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