Walk Meikleour, Cleaven Dyke and River Tay
Join Stirling, Falkirk and District Ramblers on Sunday 26th May for a 6.5 mile walk from Meikleour to Cleaven Dyke and along the banks of the River Tay!
About Walk Meikleour, Cleaven Dyke and River Tay
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We walk through pine woods to Cleaven Dyke, then go by open countryside to follow the banks of the River Tay. Some walking over rough ground.
Meeting point: Linden Ave Car Park, Stirling
Starting point: Meikleour Village Hall car park PH2 6EB
Note: We have access to the Village Hall for toilets & car park for £1 Donation each to Village Hall.
Children welcome but must be accompanied by responsible adult.
Walking boots or shoes and warm waterproof clothing required. Bring food and drink for the day.
Please contact the Walk Leader if coming. Contact details are on the website.
Come along with us and try your first Ramblers walk. You will enjoy it.
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