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Aberfeldy - Schiehallion

Group: Glenrothes
Date: Saturday 13 July 2013
Start gridref: NN753557
Nearest town: Aberfeldy
Start time: 9am
Grade: Strenuous
Distance: 6 miles
Longer description: A Munro 1083 m the highest peak in Perth this means a steep climb with a boulder field near the summit.
Contact name: Simon Young
Contact phone: 01592 564630
Contact email:

sunrise 05:08
sunset 21:03


Information about the organising Group

(CF04) Glenrothes Group

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Phone: 01383 725859
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Based in central Fife, the club draws its membership from the most northerly new town, Glenrothes and likes to be known as "the friendly club". Formed in 1992, the membership has increased steadily to around 150.
Over the year there is a walk every second Sunday with a turn out of 12 to 30 people, supplemented with a number of midweek walks. The walk programme is varied with a mix of short to medium length walks (grades C and B). The club members also participate in the Annual Scottish Gathering and their own weekend break which is usually in August when 30 - 40 members spend a pleasant weekend walking and socialising.
So come and join us and enjoy a day out in the countryside with the Glenrothes Ramblers.

General Note

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