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Part of the Rob Roy Way between Drymen and Pitlochry

Drymen to Aberfoyle

Diversion on RRWThis is the first section of the Rob Roy Way (RRW) and a quick perusal of the map showed that it wouldn’t get the pulse racing as the bulk was a wander through the Queen Elizabeth Forest – so no views.  Clearly a palliative was needed: a beautiful winter’s day with a nice coating of snow seemed right, so that is what we ordered. Continue reading

Aberfoyle to Glen Ogle

Reflections in Allt a' Chip DhuibhWhile the Missus was attacking the N7 cycle route, Jazz thought we’d amuse ourselves by doing a couple of stages of the Rob Rob Way in the Callander area.  We’ve merged them into this one exciting post mainly because we are too lazy to do two separate ones – and we’ll make it look like we did it all in one logical direction to save your brain unnecessary discomfort.  So here we describe a 40+ km section from Aberfoyle to the top of Glen Ogle in the beautiful Trossachs.  The more observant of you will notice the different days because the weather was very different! Continue reading

Grandtully to Pitlochry

River Tay at Grandtully

River Tay at Grandtully

With a damp day forecast and the Missus keen on exercising the credit card, it seemed sensible for Jazz and I to amuse ourselves with the short section of the Rob Roy Way from Grandtully to its end at ’Pitlochry’.  When I mentioned that lunch would be at a stone circle, Jazz was on-board as she loves the Neolithic. Continue reading