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January 2022 Update
Due to the current high levels of CV-19 Omicron variant cases can we please ask that everyone takes a lateral flow test before joining our walks.  If you test positive, if you have symptoms or if you have been in contact with someone who has Covid you should not attend the walk.
Many thanks, Mike and John
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Hi, we're a friendly welcoming group for everybody that enjoys outdoor activities in Perthshire and beyond.  Perthshire is a big place, so this is your opportunity to get together with new friends to do lots more in the “Big Tree Country” and beyond.

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Our plans include a diverse programme of A, B or C level walks, including 
• Energetic Munro and Corbett hikes, long-distance hill and moorland walks and shorter strolls around local attractions
• Mixed biking excursions with outdoor experiences, such as wildlife trails around Loch Leven, visits to the seal sanctuary at Tentsmuir
• Walks based on scenic attractions with extensions, for example, the Birks of Aberfeldy combined with a section of the Rob Roy Way
We look forward to meeting you on one of our walks in the near future.
Cheers, Mike, John, Jan and Jamie.

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Upper Glendevon and Northern Ochils , Grade B- Hillwalk

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Starting from the verge beside minor road accessed from Blackford turnoff.

Follow track southward through gate, uphill. At[masked] leave track and head directly up to summit of Kinpauch Hill (426m). Then on to Craigentaggart Hill (493m). Continue eastwards to its lower top and then follow its south eastern shoulder down to the dam at east end of Upper Glendevon Reservoir. (Steep slopes).

Westwards along north side of the reservoir and round into Glen of Kinpauch. Should gradually become clearer as you start to bear north round the western side of Kinpauch Hill, then becoming a good track – the one you left to go up Kinpauch Hill. Then straight on down track to start.

Grade : B-
Length : 7 Miles
Ascent : 1310 Feet (400m)
Pace: Medium

Dogs are welcome provided they can be put on leads when requested or when conditions are required.

There are no public toilets.

Health & Safety on walks ...

Hillwalking, even at low level, can pose a danger of personal injury and all participants should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions, involvement, and enjoyment.

Participants are also responsible for ensuring that their walking gear is suitable for the nature of the walk and the prevailing weather conditions (which participants are responsible for checking) and for bringing adequate food and water supplies.

By signing up for this walk you are confirming that you have fully read, understood and accepted the foregoing and following caveats, including that all participants join this walk of their own volition and are responsible for their own safety and enjoyment and no participant is owed any formal duty of care by the group or by the walk leader.

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