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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
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
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
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
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
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.
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