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Volunteers clear highland paths

Posted 12 March 2012
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Volunteers clear highland paths
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Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park volunteers have helped to clear a pathway close to Crianlarich Railway Station.

The footpath from the old station yard in the village has had scrub and litter cleared away to open up the route for those who want to go walking at low level around the village.

National park ranger Ceci Alderton said: "Over twenty helped came along on the second day to make sure the work was completed. It was incredibly satisfying work, if extremely wet!"

The undertaking also involved local community group Crianlarich into Action, established by Strathfillan Community Council and Strathfillan Community Development Trust.

Crianlarich is a place many people come with their walking boots, with the West Highland Way passing through the village and often signing their names on the West Highland Wall in the Ben More Inn.

Ben More itself towers over the glen at 3,852 ft, with its neighbour Stob Binnein only slightly shorter at 3,822 ft.

These are just two of the many Munros that can be climbed in the area, with others including An Caisteal, Beinn a' Chroin, Cruach Ardrain, Ben Tulaichean and Beinn Chabhair.ADNFCR-2803-ID-801315779-ADNFCR