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Guide launched to little-known part of Cairngorms

Posted 26 July 2010
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Guide launched to little-known part of Cairngorms
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An area of the Cairngorms National Park in which people rarely go walking has been published by Scottish National Heritage (SNH).

The body has produced a guide to the Corrie Fee nature reserve, with a walking trail route that rises up from Glen Doll.

It then climbs up onto the Cairngorms plateau and towards two points that see a lot of human foot traffic - the Munros of Mayar and Driesh.

"Corrie Fee is a rare place in Scotland - one where there are still areas that have been untouched by humans," SNH area officer Shona Hill told Grough.

The route runs up the middle of the corrie close to Fee Burn, climbing the depression at the Knapps of Fee onto the plateau.

Visitors to the area may wish to invest in Ordnance Survey maps to explore more peaks in this part of the national park.

These include Corbetts such as Ben Tirran and Grahams such as Hunt Hill, Blath Bhalg and Duchray Hill.

Posted by Brandon Egley
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