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A lovely Spring bimble

This is a straightforward walk up from the car park on a good path. The path zig-zags up and... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2017
ARoss42
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North Berwick, United Kingdom
The Walk is Not Monumental... Try it

A good friend and fellow walker obtained the key from a castle keyholder, and since it was a fair... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2016
Angus E
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Kirriemuir, United Kingdom
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Built in 1901 in honor of David Ogilvy, the 9th Earl of Airlie, who was killed during the Boer War in South Africa.
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Airlie Castle Tulloch Hill, Kirriemuir DD8 5NG, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Its a lovely walk up to the Airlie Monument and peaceful to just sit up there and enjoy the stunning scenery and see the monument in all its glory. Well worth a wee walk up there.

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Reviewed 7 November 2017

have visited the Airlie monument a number of times in the past but recently visited the monument with a few friends who have never been before and they where amazed how nice the views are at the top of the hill where the monument is....More

1  Thank Brian D
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This is a straightforward walk up from the car park on a good path. The path zig-zags up and through pine trees, the spacing of which allows much growth and wildlife on the forest floor with squirrel and deer very much in evidence. The actual...More

Thank ARoss42
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

A good friend and fellow walker obtained the key from a castle keyholder, and since it was a fair day and, we already knew, not a bad trek up to the Beautiful Airlie Monument, it was an opportunity not to be missed. On view from...More

3  Thank Angus E
Reviewed 25 April 2016

There is a car park at the bottom of the monument but you have to climb quite a steep hill to get to it, how ever once there you have a panoramic view of all the other Glens. There are sheep some times wandering around...More

Thank sheilacochrane2014
Reviewed 17 April 2016

Airlie Castle is vey nice place for a wedding party and other large parties. River is a long way below castle and easy to get to with various walks.

Thank Yvonneanddog
Reviewed 19 October 2015

After a rather muddy start to the walk we were soon in amongst the forest of tall trees. The path surface is quite reasonable for most of the way. A few slightly steep sections, but nothing too severe. Path has plenty of posts to mark...More

1  Thank ronnieegan
Reviewed 9 July 2015

Fabulous walk up to the Monument. Not overly onerous but quite a walk. Although there are no facilities as such, take a wee picnic with you and stay a while. Great views. You can see as far as Montrose on a good day.

Thank sally1747
Reviewed 7 July 2015

awesome view of the glens. I had a nice hike up the hill the monument itself is not accessible inside but the monument and the view are both well worth the short hike.

1  Thank scotraveler2015
Reviewed 8 July 2011

There is a small car park at the base of the hill but the drive up to it is quite bumpy so I have parked on the roadside in the past. The climb up is quite steep in parts but both manageable for those with...More

1  Thank fullplay
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