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GRID REF: NN 913 630 POST­CODE: PH16 5LG HOW TO GET THERE: From south, drive on the A9 till you have passed Pit­lochry. There is a mi­nor road on your left signed post to Killiecrankie [brown signs]. From the north turn off the A9 at Blair Atholl and follow the signs for Killiecrankie on the mi­nor road pass­ing through the vil­lage of the same name WHERE TO PARK: The main car-park­ing area is by the Na­tional Trust for Scot­land cen­tre TER­RAIN: Most of the tracks are hard un­der foot with var­ied in­cline, es­pe­cially drop­ping down to the bot­tom of the viaduct, while the wood­land can have the odd pud­dle. Re­cent floods have dam­aged a small foot­bridge, but hope­fully will be re­paired ready for the spring sea­son. Stout foot wear is ad­vis­able FA­CIL­I­TIES: Here and Pit­lochry PUB­LIC TRANS­PORT: Buses and trains from Pit­lochry. Call Travel line Scot­land, tel: 0871 200 22 33 OR­GAN­I­SA­TIONS: The Na­tional Trust for Scot­land, Her­mis­ton Quay, 5 Cultins Rd, Ed­in­burgh, EH11 4DF. Tel: 0131 458 0200 / The SOC, The Scot­tish Bird­watch­ing Re­source Cen­tre, Water­ston House, Aber­lady, East Loth­ian, EH32 0PY, Scot­land CLUB CON­TACT: SOC Cen­tral Scot­land – Perthshire, con­tact: Mr R L Gooch, tel: 01259 742326; Recorder Perth & Kin­ross, Scott Pater­son. Email: scottpa­ter­son12@ya­ MAPS: OS Lan­dranger 43, 52/53

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