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Where did we go - maps?

Update 15 May 2017

It's complicated, but for security reasons to do with access to files on our server, the links on this page no longer work. This is disappointing, of course, and I don't think that we will find a simple solution to it. I am leaving the list as it is for the moment while I look at our options. In the meantime, I am happy to email you a copy of any of the gps files for these walks if you wish.

Alan

 

This page gives you access to maps of the routes we took on some of our walks. When you click on a link below a new page will open showing an OS map and the track (blue line) of the walk, based on our GPS track. There is a menu on the left of the screen that allows you to change the scale, look at the track height profile, to save the track and various other options. A few features in the menu may not work on a tablet but you can see the map and the track. You can also download the tracks in .gpx format to use on your own computer or smartphone - but please read the section at the bottom of the page.*

I hope that walkers and walk leaders will find this a useful resource.

Many thanks to Gordon Arthur, Steve Cartwright and Idris Scott of the Helensburgh and West Dunbartonshire Group for letting me have tracks they recorded to add to my own.

 

 An Socach (Ballater weekend)

Airth and the Pineapple

Approach to historic Ayr

Ardgowan and Leapmoor

Balmoral Traverse (Ballater weekend)

Beinn Chabhair

Ben Donich

Ben Gullipen & Beinn Dearg

Beinn Ime and Beinn Narnain

Ben Ledi 

Beinn Narnain

Ben Shee circuit

Ben Venue Traverse

Bishop's Seat

Capel Fell

Carbeth to Balloch

Conic Hill

Court-ma Law

Craig Vallich and Pannanich Hill (Ballater weekend)

Dalreoch to Cardross

Drumchapel Woods

 

Drymen, Garadhban Forest

Dumbarton to Kilpartick

Duncolm from Cochno

East End Heritage

Fereneze Braes

Garelochhead to Helensburgh

Glen Finglas Circuit

Good Crieff

Greenock Cut

Heads of Ayr

Hill of Stake and Misty Law

Hills above Dollar

Historic Linlithgow

In the Steps of Clan Carmichael

Inverkip - around Inverkip

Johnstone to Paisley via Gleniffer Braes

Kaim Hill

Knapps Loch

Lang Craigs

Law Hill and Kilbride Glen

Leum Uilleim (Ossian weekend)

Lochnagar (Ballater weekend)

Loch Kinord (Ballater weekend)

Loudoun Hill

Magnificent 7

Neilston Pad 

Over the Ochils

Pentlands Trio including Scald Law

Queensferry to Bo'ness

Rosneath Peninsula

Rough Castle

Semple Trail

Seven Lochs Trail

Sron a' Chlachain

Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn

Stuc Odhar recce

Stobo Castle to Broughton

Tam o' Shanter Trail

Tinto via Lochylock

Tomtain, Garrel Hill, Laird's Hill

Loch Venachar Circuit

 

 

 

* The small print. Please note that the tracks shown are simply recordings of where we went. We are not recommending the routes or implying that you should follow them. Remember that conditions on a route can vary with time and with the weather, and paths can become impassable or disappear.

If you do upload a track to a GPS device, you must verify for yourself that it is correct before you use it for navigation.

I am very grateful to David Stearne of North and Mid Cheshire Ramblers for help in setting up this page and for allowing us to use the system they developed. 

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