Every Wednesday a varying bunch of us meet up about 1730 to have convivial walk up the Dumyat. Depending on need/inclination/ability we either press on hard or saunter up, enjoying the stunning views over Stirling and the Forth Valley. It's a nice undulating walk which all fitness levels can accomplish.
- The best bit is that no matter how many times we do it, and there are really only 2 variables (the "High" and the "Low" paths), we never tire of it.
Contributed by: Richard Johnson< Back to Scotland page for links to other stories
|Walk type||Countryside and easy hill walks|
|Difficulty||Suitable for anyone who enjoys an easy walk|
|Distance||4 miles / 7 km|
|Time taken||1 hrs 20 mins|
|Map used||Harvey's Superwalker "Ochil Hills" intially|
|Walk source info||Any local tourist office|
|Places to stay||See Visit Scotland website|
|Other features||Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle, Old Town Jail|