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Dollar

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Mostly road or certainly the first part is, the second part which cuts through a glen is double track ending in a lovely wee downhill!
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Latitude
56.16390607394954
Longitude
-3.673553466796875
Trail Directions
From Stirling you can take the road to St. Andrews by the hillfoots and you'll come out at Dollar after about 7 miles or so. Once in Dollar head towards Castle Campbell, choose the second car park (only 3 available) and your at the start.
Trail Length
10 miles (approx.)
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Fire Roads
City/County
Dollar, Scotland
   


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Review Date
March 11, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Richard Barton , from Stirling, Scotland

Summary:
See the Recommended Route - you can only do this one way (or do it backwards but then you have a very hard climb to the top and a road cycle to end it - not good!)

Recommended Route:
Start at the middle car park and head back down the hill, at the bottom turn left and climb up the next hill. This hill meanders for a distance until it joins the main road. Turn left and head for Glen Devon. After about 4 miles you'll pass a pub and a wee footpath appears over the river Devon. Cross the river and head back towards Dollar over the hill, once over the hill you'll get to a nice fireroad which carries you right to the top of Dollar. The downhill is very fast and can be very boggy.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Dumyat



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