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Dumyat walk

Sheriffmuir Road, Scotland
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Stunning views of Stirlingshire in the sunshine

Fantastic sunny summer afternoon. Took sherrifmuir road and drove up the single track road to the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
LDScottraveller
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A superb walk with great views

There are several routes up Dumyat, but I chose the approach from the west. You drive almost to... read more

Reviewed June 6, 2017
Alastair N
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Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fantastic sunny summer afternoon. Took sherrifmuir road and drove up the single track road to the base of the hill. Walked up the main path to the top which looked further away than it actually was. Fabulous 360 degree views over the whole valley and...More

Thank LDScottraveller
Reviewed June 6, 2017

There are several routes up Dumyat, but I chose the approach from the west. You drive almost to Bridge of Allan, but turn off at a road signposted Sheriffmuir and follow the narrow road until you reach a car park which has a signpost pointing...More

1  Thank Alastair N
Reviewed September 28, 2016

A fantastic scenic spot with a fabulous view over the Stirling area. It has some interesting less defined routes in the lower forest area if you're comfortable with exploring a little and that was quite fun for us. It did have a pair of roaming...More

Thank Zoe M
Reviewed August 14, 2016 via mobile

This is a fantastic walk, and once you reach the top you can definitely say it's all been worth it, the view is amazing!!! Our family walks up with the dog are brilliant!! Kids absolutely love it as do us big kids!! Doesn't cost you...More

Thank Sammy M
Reviewed July 11, 2016

What is wrong with people. You have to wonder about the mentality of people who take to the beautiful hillsides around our gorgeous country, with their spectacular views and rugged grandeur and spoil it for others because of their stupidity and laziness. Come on people...More

18  Thank mike d
Reviewed May 12, 2016

We started the climb at the carpark in Blairlogie, and headed up and round towards the resevoir, before turning back and heading up a gradual slope towards the summit. This got steeper as we continued, and I needed a few breaks! We reached the top,...More

Thank DavidC856
Reviewed April 11, 2016

Have done this walk on bright sunny day instead of starting from University of Stirling, three of my friends got down at Menstrie and started our walk from the park. It was very boggy and is recommended to wear boots as its mostly slippery.We have...More

Thank rakesh_mateti
Reviewed April 6, 2016

This is a great little hill for a family with young children, our kids (5 and 9) loved it.It's well signposted from the Sherriffmuir Road side and although busy we were able to get parked no problem. The ground is a little boggy in parts...More

Thank anne w
Reviewed March 28, 2016

Had a great time on this walk, started from Sherifmuir around 9:30am and didn't see anyone else till we got near the top so a few others must have started earlier than us. Was a bit buiser coming down, next time I'm going to take...More

Thank Craigpjohnston
Reviewed January 5, 2016

Did this on Christmas day on a nice bright partially sunny day. What a beautiful walk it is. Took about an hour to climb up and an around 45 mins down. It was muddy and so you will need a good pair of walking boots...More

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Wee M
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Response from DavidC856 | Reviewed this property |
I've climbed Dumyat in a tee shirt and shorts, but would always bring a waterproof, and some extra layers. It can be quite nippy at the top. Enjoy yourselves.
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