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Dumyat is the rocky little cub of the Ochils, far lower than the main range but packed with character. It has a superb position on the fringe of the range overlooking Stirling and the Central Belt; the views are superb. A perfect first hillwalk on a fine day, this route avoids the very steep slopes on the southern flank of the hill.

Did you know that Dumyat was the capital of a lost Iron Age people, the Maetae, who challenged the Roman Empire? In addition, there’s a deserted farm at Fossakie, a 6000-year old quarry and much, much more!

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Abbey Craig, Hillfoots Road, Stirling, UK 1.84 km
one of Stirling’s most distinctive landmarks, overlooking the scene of Scotland’s victory at the ...
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Farm shop serving quality assured Scottish meats and game as well as vegetables and a variety of...
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Redcarr Lodge is an idyllic lodge house, dating back to 1860, located in a stunning rural setting...
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A rougher approach to the lovely summit of Dumyat than the more popular route, however it has goo...
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Blairlogie - Muckhart 2.22 km
The Hillfoots Diamond Jubilee Way is 21km long and passes through the Hillfoots villages of Blair...
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