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Bogton Braes circular walk, Comrie

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Walk Details

We’re starting our walk today from the southside of the river in Comrie. We head along Strowan Road and look for the wooden piles on the left side of the road. Here we look for the path that takes us into the woods and alongside the river.

We continue following the path for quite some time along the river. Past the sewage works (where we have to cross a stile), the path can get overgrown with grasses and other parts can get washed out with flood water but they’re still passable.

There are a couple of feeder streams that we need to cross with a certain amount of care and agility. Just beyond the second one we continue through a gate, along by the river and crossing a stile into a field. Here we bear right, away from the river to pass through a gate a reach a minor road. At this road we go right and then take a left (signed for Glascorrie Road cia Mill of Fortune). This is a lovely lane bordered with cherry trees and views across the strath to the foothills of the Highlands. At the farm we keep on the track that takes us to the right as it gets grassier underfoot.

We go through another gate and keep straight on (with the wall on our right). We come to a gate and cross some grassy fields, passing yet more gates. Eventually we see Cowden Loch come into view to the left of us. We keep following the track as it climbs up and we join a minor road. Here we turn right to reach the B827.

Before the road junction we turn right onto a track that is signed towards Comrie. We keep along this track until we reach the housing estate where we pick up the footpath along the road.

At Camp Road we turn left and then take a right to join a footpath that takes us along the river and through the trees. We follow this path around until it brings us back to where we started.

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Carpark: Field of Refuge, Comrie, PH6 2FB

Local Information

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