West Highland Way: Trailblazer Ochils and Campsie Fells

 Campsie Fells

Stronend
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Photographs of an ascent of Stronend in the Fintry Hills to the north of the Campsie Fells

above Fintry Village and Culcreuch Castle

On route there are views of the Highlands including 
Ben Lomond, Ben More and Ben Vorlich

Stronend in the Fintry Hills on descent of the Crow Road across the Campsie Fells

Stronend in the Fintry Hills on descent of the Crow Road across the Campsie Fells



Rock Escarpment of the Fintry Hills from Craigton Pond

Rock Escarpment of the Fintry Hills from Craigton Pond






Ben Lomond on ascent to Stronend

Ben Lomond on ascent to Stronend





Earl's Seat in the Campsie Fells above Fintry Village

Earl's Seat and Dunmore Hill Fort in the Campsie Fells above Fintry Village



Fintry Village beneath the Campsie Fells




Earl's Seat in the Campsie Fells from trig point on Stronend ( 1677ft, 511m )

 Earl's Seat in the Campsie Fells from trig point on Stronend ( 1677ft, 511m )



Loch Lomond from Stronend

Loch Lomond and Luss Hills from Stronend





Ben More and Stob Binnein from Stronend

  Ben More and Stob Binnein from Stronend





Ochill Hills and Carleatheran in the Gargunnock Hills from Stronend

Ochill Hills above Stirling and Carleatheran in the Gargunnock Hills from Stronend





Meikle Bin in the Campsie Fells from Fintry Hills

Meikle Bin in the Campsie Fells from Fintry Hills





Rock Escarpment of Stronend

Rock Escarpment of Stronend





Fintry Village beneath the Campsie Fells





Stronend above Fintry from Dunmore Hill

Stronend above Fintry from Dunmore Hill






Culcreuch Castle at Fintry

Culcreuch Castle at Fintry beneath Stronend

The castle ( a rectangular tower house
built in 1296 ) has been the home of the Barons of Culcreuch since 1699.
It was converted to a hotel, venue and visitor attraction in the 1980s.





Culcreuch Castle at Fintry

Culcreuch Castle at Fintry beneath Stronend

The castle ( a rectangular tower house
built in 1296 ) has been the home of the Barons of Culcreuch since 1699.
It was converted to a hotel, venue and visitor attraction in the 1980s.





Stronend from the west of Fintry

Stronend from the west of Fintry





Stronend from Balfron

Stronend from Balfron





Stronend above Fintry Village from the Campsie Fells

Stronend above Fintry Village from the Campsie Fells






Map of Stronend in the Fintry Hills

Map of Stronend in the Fintry Hills




Map of Stronend in the Fintry Hills

Map of Stronend in the Fintry Hills



Sign on Path to the Fintry Hills

Sign on Path to Stronend in the Fintry Hills

From Culcreuch Castle a track / path leads east through a farm and fields to the top of the Fintry Hills

 

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