Contour lines of Schiehallion

Free walk: Explore Schiehallion from one altitude, observing the differences between south and north faces

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NB: Two places still available...

Help celebrate Karen Rann’s Great Lines exhibition at the John Muir Trust Wild Space gallery in Pitlochry, register now for a free walk with Karen Rann plus Liz Auty from the John Muir Trust and Emma O’Shea from Walk Scotland.

This ‘contour walk’ is geared to hardy souls interested in Schiehallion - particularly the flora and fauna, but also its history and the surveying of it in the 1770s. The walk will explore Schiehallion from one altitude, observing the differences between south and north faces. Sadly, there will not be time to circumnavigate.

Date and time: Sunday 22 April, 10-3 pm

Location: Meet at Braes of Foss car park, PH16 5NN

Cost free: £2 parking charge

Booking essential: Email Liz Auty to book the last two places...

Come prepared: This exploratory walk will be over rough terrain and not always on paths. It is suitable for experienced hill walkers. Bring appropriate clothing/footwear for being on the hills and also bring your own packed lunch/refreshments.

This event is part of the Lines of Attraction project with funding from Creative Scotland and a Partnership with Karen Rann, Artlink Central and the John Muir Trust.

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