Meall a' Charra from the Priest's Stone

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A walk for a bright sunny day; the views from here are brilliant, from the Bheinn A Ghlo mountains to Schiehallion and you will undoubtedly have the summit to yourself, which is not the case for some of the other summits around Pitlochry. It is however, the views that make this walk, so only consider it on a clear, dry day, or after snow when it's blue skies. Do it on a bleak, wet, rainy day and the heather and navigation issues will have you cursing me, as this is not a Corbett, Munro or any other listed mountain. The views are what make this special.

Scotland - Northeast Scotland - Perth and Kinross - Tay Valley

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Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor
11/27/2015 - Tom and Joyce Kay

Although quite a short walk this proves reasonably demanding with a continuous steady climb from the start through some rough country. However, it is as it says on the tin with the reward of 360┬░of outstanding panorama. New?deer fencing makes it essential to use the walkers gate near NN906588 shortly before the bothy. We missed it on the way out and walked happily on the new landrover track to eventually give ourselves some really hard climbing and heather to traverse. Our return was much easier following the correct directions. A really satisfying walk.

4/8/2012 - Richard Hardy

Off lead walking for the whole walk.

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