Hillwalking Glenshee Scottish Walks with Tony Connery

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Hillwalking Glenshee


My GLENSHEE Walks

Carn an Tuirc                      Creag nan Cabhar                      Glen Taitneach


Glenshee is approx 10 miles south of Braemar and approx 8 miles east of Pitlochry.
My Glenshee routes has 3 lovely walks which are Carn an Tuirc, Creag nan Cabhar and Glen Taitneach.
Please look over my 3 Glenshee Hillwalks which are listed below.
Glenshee area includes Fishing, Cycling, Sightseeing, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.


Hillwalking Glenshee - Scottish Walks.


Spittal of Glenshee is a stop off for a cup of tea on the way to Braemar. That is all the bus run tourist sees before getting back on the bus but for the walker there is plenty of scope. A welcome oasis in a desert of rivers, glens and hills, the whole area has plenty to offer. There is only one hotel in the Spittal but this gives all the requirements needed, as in expensive or cheap accommodation, a restaurant and a bar, sometimes with entertainment and a bus service on the A93. There are no shops. I spent a mid-week here where even the excitment of travelling to Glenshee gave me an auxilirating fee for the whole mid-weekl.



Carn an Tuirc

Carn an Tuirc is a lovely one and a half mile south of the Callater walk

For more detail of my walk in this area visit our Carn an Tuirc

Carn and Turic Walk





Creag nan Cabhar

Creag nan Cabhar to Loch Callater which is near to the Glenshee Ski Centre

For more detail of my walk in this area visit our Creag nan Cabhar

Sgor Mor from Creag nan Cabhar





Glen Taitneach

Without a doubt my favourite and best walk in the whole district was Glen Tatnach nr Dalmunzie.

For more detail of my walk in this area visit our Glen Taitneach

Glen Taitneach, Glenshee




 


This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.