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Cannich Geolocation Latitude 57.347126 Longitude -4.763026

Cannich, a town in the Scottish Highland council district, is a popular year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy a range of outdoor sports. The stunning beauty that can be discovered at various points along the road is a popular attraction for both visitors and residents. Hikers can choose whether to ascend or descend the mountain trails based on their talents, endurance, and previous experience.

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Track length: 28.43 km
Difficulty Level: 3/5 - Medium
Uploaded by: admin
Date: 01/05/2022
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Aberfeldy latitude 56.619644° N Longitude -3.8647826° E Depending on which direction you choose, there is a stiff climb out of Aberfeldy on the A826, but of course this is rewarded by a long long downhill walk to Dunkeld! Take care as this route uses two A roads, the A826 and the A822 between Aberfeldy and Dunkeld. The walk is about 17 miles, you need to be fairly fit and allow a full day, take a great packed lunch, as well as spare batteries for your camera. Be prepared for all sorts of weather, so good equipment is a must, as is an Ordnance Survey map. Setting off from the centre of Dunkeld, you'll pass over the River Tay on the historic Telford Bridge. Take the A9 heading towards Inver and the lovely Hermitage. From the Hermitage follow the path that takes you to Strathbraan, up into the hills past the Griffin Windfarm, delightful Loch Kennard, then finally back down into Strathtay, the last mile or so following the river back into Aberfeldy.

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