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Perthshire Lochs
Sat 23rd Aug 2014
organised by Grampian Scotland

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Well depart from Tesco Westhill at 0900 and head out to Braemar via the B9119 and the South Deeside road before going south on the A93 to Bridge of Cally (85mls) where we will stop for a coffee.

Then on to Blairgowrie and via some minor roads to Dunkeld and Aberfeldy where we will again turn south, this time on the A826 to Amulree, the hill road past Loch Freuchie towards  Kenmore and down the south side of Loch Tay to Killin (150mls) where we will have lunch.

After lunch, we make our way to Bridge of Balgie, Fortingall (ancient yew tree, brief stop), Tummel Bridge, Pitlochry and the Moulin Moor road to Kirkmichael (212mls) where we should have time to stop for coffee.

From Kirkmichael, we will head towards Glen Isla, Kirriemuir, Edzell and the Cairn o Mount to finish at Banchory.

Total distance is in the region of  280 miles so manageable on a full tank of fuel!  I have plotted the route on Autoroute Express and it says it will take 1 day 2hrs and 26 mins I think we may be a little quicker than that!

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See you all at Tesco!

Malcolm (Liathach)

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Your Comments
25th Aug 2014 06:26 :: HelenM
Malcolm, super day out, great stops, much enjoyed. Helen

3rd Oct 2014 10:22 :: stuboy
Excellent route again Malcolm,brilliant fun & company

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