|Title||Deuchary Hill Although it is not marked on the map a path does lead all the way to the top of Deuchary Hill and, in fact, a traverse of the summit is possible by footpath from north to south.|
|Photo's author||Callum Black User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||30 Aug 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||09 Mar 2012 23:25:22 (UTC)|
Deuchary Hill Although it is not marked on the map a path does lead all the way to the top of Deuchary Hill and, in fact, a traverse of the summit is possible by footpath from north to south.
View towards Dubh Loch. Dubh Loch (the far one) looking east from trig point on Deuchary Hill.
Summit rocks, Deuchary Hill
North from Deuchary Hill (510m)
Girl on the Trig Group of young climbers having fun at the summit of Deuchary Hill.
Deuchary Hill Near the summit, looking south. A faint footpath leads into the distance.
Lochan na Beinne and Deuchary Hill
Larch by the Lochan Isolated tree on the banks of Lochan na Beinn.
Fishing Lochan na Beinne
View of Lochan na Beinne
Line of stones This straight line of stones across the stream exiting from Lochan na Beinn appears not to be a natural feature. Perhaps it was once a dam?
Roe deer One of a pair of deer that paused on the skyline to watch us.
Below Conlan Hill Looking towards Deuchary Hill.
Path below Deuchary Hill This footpath links The Glack and Grewshill.
Bracken, heather, dyke and hills
Loch Ordie. No mention of Loch Ordie would be complete without the legendary trout fly named after the loch. A simple and unusual design, just hackles. One I tied earlier.
Looking south west. Knock of Findowie just out of image to the left. Mill Dam in the glen cutting across the picture.
October, between Grewshill and The Glack A few hundred metres north of the junction with the upper-level track from Loch Ordie.
October, between Grewshill and The Glack
Tayside Region, Scotland, United Kingdom osm