On the right path
St Brides Church parishoners had the chance to walk this way recently.
They were taking part in their monthly Parish walk, their 43rd since the walking club first formed three and a half years ago.
This time the group headed up to Comrie, near Perthshire, and a good time was had by the whole group as they enjoyed the local scenery.
The group’s Gerry Daly said: “We never know how many will turn up for the walks, it can be anything from about 15 to 35.
“The walks are always varied from simple woodland walks to quite hilly and wild walks on open moorland.
“In the past we’ve done some of the West Highland Way, walked Glen Tilt near Blair Atholl and we’ve done the Grey Mare’s Tail near Moffat.
“Last Saturday’s walk was to the Devil’s Cauldron and the Melville Monument just to the north of Comrie. 21 people attended including three children.
“It was about five miles with a short steep climb up to the monument where we were treated to some good views.
“The Devil’s Cauldron consists of a steep gorge with waterfalls and deep pools.
“Most of the walk was through woodland with some quite muddy paths and it was very easy.
We always head for some relaxing establishment at the end of our walks and on this occasion we found an excellent pub in Crieff where we had a drink in the garden.”
A View To A Thrill The group on their walk
Take A Break There was time for a picnic
On the right path The walkers enjoyed some stunning views
Beautiful Day The group take in the scenery
Ready To Go The group as they set off