Saturday, 20 August 2011

Callander, Bracklinn Falls and the Crags 18 August 2011

Thursday we set out for the town of Callander. The town has always been a popular stop as it marks the end of the plains and the start of mountains. Ben Ledi is the prominent mountain overlooking the town from the north. Callander sits near the River Teith with Bracklinn Falls in the south-east.  We took the Callander Crags woodland walk, which featured fantastic views from the jubilee cairn of Ben Ledi and Loch Achray. Enjoy the photos.


Bracklinn Falls with Andrew on the rocks
Found another one of my churches in Callander
Bracklinn Bridge, rebuilt in 2010 after the original steel structure washed away.
Bracklinn Bridge
Andrew and the signpost
From Callander Crags looking north-east, edge of the highlands
Andrew out on the rocks
Bracklinn Falls rocks
Top of Bracklinn Falls
Andrew looking towards Stirling
Loch Achray with Ben Venue, from the jubilee cairn
Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Cairn, 1897
North view from the crags
Andrew in the woods
More from Bracklinn Falls
Looking down the falls
Bracklinn Falls walking path
Drew looking towards Ben Ledi

Here is some travelling music. Enjoy.


Come back soon.

Sincerely,
Andrew

3 comments:

  1. If you ever write a book, that "Andrew in the Woods" photo can be your author picture.

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  3. Great blog.

    That picture of you next to the cairn is messing with my head.

    Are you quite short or is that cairn very tall?

    I'm guessing it is the former from the other pictures as you seem to be dwarfed by the sign too but it is hard to get the scale.

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