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South Loch Tay

28th January
Transport Start: Alyth (Square) @ 7.45am.     Blairgowrie (Wellmeadow) @ 8.00am.

Map No: OS 51

Walk A: Creagan na Beinne (Corbett 888m)

Start at Ardtalnaig (NN703394) and follow Ardtalnaig Burn approx.. 0.5km to stalkers path which ascends SW shoulder of Beinn Bhreac to summit. Head SSE then S to summit of Creagan na Beinne (888m). From here re-trace steps to col at 620m spot height then follow burn E to track then over Tom na Moine and past the Falls of Acharn to Acharn.

Approx distance: 16km.     Total ascent: 865m.     Min walking time:5.5 hrs

Walk B: Beinn Bhreac (716m)

Start as A walk and ascend Beinn Bhreac (716m). Continue SSE over 658m spot height to col at 620m then follow burn to track and descend over Tom na Moine and past the Falls of Acharn to Acharn.

Approx distance: 11km.     Total ascent: 610m.      Min walking time:4 hrs

Walk C: Falls of Acharn

Starting at Acharn (NN756437) take track S and up past the Falls of Acharn. From here continue E to NN766431 then S past Stone Circle to track junction. Re-trace steps to Acharn.
An alternative is to keep going as far as preferred from track junction on either branch.

Approx distance: 7km.     Total ascent: 350m.     Min walking time:3 hrs

Please note that experienced members are welcome to create their own walk should they so wish. Any applicable club rules should be followed and the route posted with the Meet Secretary on the day.

Email or phone on 01334 870866 if you want to come - visitors please feel free to use this email.

The cut off point for booking a place on a scheduled walk will be 10.00pm on the Wednesday prior to the walk. Any member or guest booking prior to this will be guaranteed a place, regardless of the means of transport. A booking received by the Meet Secretary after this point may be accepted but only if there is a pre-existing place available on the chosen transport, or if the person is willing to use their own car (where the walk would allow).

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Please note that the Minimum walking times are based on reasonably fast walkers and assuming good conditions. The times do not include stops or breaks. In poor weather conditions or if members are not comfortable walking at 4km/hour then alternative or shorter routes should be considered.



The Committee reminds members and guests of the following important points:

  • You are responsible for your own safety
  • Club officials are not trained mountain leaders
  • Are you fit enough to complete your chosen walk in the available time?
  • Know where you are going on the walk and follow the route on your map.
  • Know how many are in your party and stay together
  • Ensure you have enough food plus emergency rations
  • Carry a map & compass, survival bag, torch, whistle and small first aid kit. Know how to use them.
  • In winter conditions you must carry an ice axe on high level walks (club rule). You are also recommended to carry crampons.
  • Learn how to use your equipment.

Club officials will be happy to give advice on any of these points if requested.