Glen Ogle

Glen Ogle, Lochearnhead: Address, Glen Ogle Reviews: 4.5/5

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Margaret H
Anstruther, United Kingdom3 contributions
Great walk
Jul 2021
The walk up the glen is easy to follow, but thw walk back down is not always easy to follow! We nearly missed the first style as it was so overgrown. We did miss the place the path went up to the crossing point on the A85 the first time and had to back track, again, because so overgrown. There are some marker posts but one at the junction where the path leads to the A85 would be useful! The informtion we had said the round trip was 6 miles, but it is definitely more than that! We enjoyed our walk but you do ned walking boots as some of the path south is very wet. Also beware te midges!
Written 26 July 2021
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David B
West Wickham, UK69 contributions
Nice walk with views
Sep 2020 • Couples
The Glen Ogle Trail which runs up an old railway line is a walk through lovely scenery that is well worth it. Part of the Rob Roy trail. Getting up onto the railway is the strenuous bit, after that is gentle uphill all the way to Glenoglehead. Nice walk so allow a couple of hours. I walked on to Killin as there is a nice pub which serves decent food there.
Written 9 September 2020
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jetice_10
Aberdeen, UK93 contributions
Love the old viaduct
Sep 2019
The old viaduct in this Glen is very picturesque ..... would love to walk over it one day instead of just stopping to take photos.
Written 27 September 2019
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David_Sal1
Verdi, NV79 contributions
Fun hike with few hill but great views
May 2019 • Couples
Hiked from Lochearnhead to Killin. Flat on old railway along cycle path 7. Lots of sheep and gorgeous hilly country over a scenic viaduct. Good for mountain or hybrid bike as well.
Written 22 May 2019
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SproodleSAM
Glasgow, UK65 contributions
Sam's marathon walkies
Apr 2019 • Friends
Hi I'm Sam a 6yr old Sproodle. Mummy and Daddy took me on the glen ogle trail for a walk yesterday. We parked up near the scout huts and it was initially a steep 100m climb up to the cycle path. Once on the path it's flat with stunning views. There was plenty of water coming off the hill for me to drink. There were sheep along the way on the path so I was kept on my lead during some parts. We passed many walkers and the air was very fresh. Mummy got excited after she had clocked up 20 thousand steps...I do that most days but I wasn't going to upset her..she had my treats in her pocket! Very enjoyable flat walk with stunning views.
Written 2 April 2019
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aandblawrence
Clacton-on-Sea, UK6 contributions
beautiful
Dec 2018 • Family
The views are stunning, if you are into photography or indeed just marvelling at the majesty of Scotland I can recommend the Tossachs.,
Written 5 January 2019
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Yvonne H
looe4 contributions
Stunning
May 2018
Visited on holiday with family some stunning views and nice walks well worth a visit co omg back again next year
Written 27 August 2018
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niclouemmScotland
Scottish Borders, UK126 contributions
Glen Ogle Trail
Jun 2018 • Couples
We walked Glen Ogle Trail, was lovely walk, views lovely from a few different areas, was ok walking thru fields as had been dry recently so not many boggy areas, our dog loved the walk to.
Written 11 July 2018
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Clive H
Stirling, UK67 contributions
Marvellous place
Mar 2018 • Solo
This really is a marvellous place, having seen it from the road for over 25 years, I finally parked up the car and walked down to the viaduct. The surface is good for cycling and excellent for walking and the viaduct is still a very imposing structure considering it was built nearly 140 years ago and trains haven't run for the last 53 years. my ambition now is to walk from the viaduct all the way down to Killin and Loch Tay, hopefully that won't take me another 25 years to do. Highly recommended.
Written 23 March 2018
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MIssMouseHelensburgh
Helensburgh, UK90 contributions
walk along old railway cycleway
Mar 2018 • Couples
Great walk or cycle along the old railway line thru Glen Ogle. Very well surfaced! We only made it to the viaduct which itself is amazing feat of engineering but next time we would continue to Killin.
Written 8 March 2018
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