Skip to page content
Sale - new lines added
Home » News » Scots glen featured as top walk

Delivery Country and Currency Selector

Please select your delivery country from the drop down below.

Please select your currency from the drop down below.

Update site with selected country and currency

We now ship to United Kingdom from £0.00

If you are not visiting from United Kingdom please select
your country from the drop down below.

Continue To GO Outdoors


Scots glen featured as top walk

Posted 7 December 2010
Back to News

Scots glen featured as top walk
Bookmark and Share
Those who like to don their winter jackets for a walk in the Scottish Highlands may be interested in a route in Little Glenshee in Perthshire.

Featured as the Scotsman Newspaper's latest Walk of the Week, the trek starts in Little Glenshee and sets out to climb the knoll of Craig Gibbon, with features of the route including a stone circle.

But along the route one diversion is available to ascend Creag na Criche, which is now on the tick-list of Marilyn-baggers after a new survey of its relative height added the peak to the list.

And the summit of Craig Gibbon has "superb views over Bankfoot and the fertile Perthshire farmland", the article notes.

Little Glenshee is close to the more famous Glen Shee, which is just across the border in the Highland Region and is famous for its skiing.

It is also a walking destination, with it being possible to climb three Munros - Carn Aosda, Carn a' Cheoidh and the Cairnwell - in the space of four hours.