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Cairngorms National Park

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Temporary path closures

Outdoor Access

13th January, 2022

  • Glenlivet – there are currently no trails closed. However, there are still unstable and dangerous trees across the Estate woodlands. Please follow all signage across Glenlivet Estate and exercise caution and vigilance when accessing any wooded areas.
  • Glen Tanar – Riverbank path in Glen Tanar now open due to terrific effort by Estate forestry team and our volunteers, as are all our core paths
  • Braemar – Queens Drive path- significant wind blow that is being moved please follow all on-site signage and diversion
  • Glen Doll – Glen Doll car park is now open. There is significant windblown damage to the forestry resulting in all waymarked trails being impassable. The Kilbo path is an accessible route up to Mayer and Driesh but there is one section of fallen trees in the upper forest in Corrie Kilbo (just after the stepping stones) that should be avoided. There is an easy detour around the outside of the forest (300metres) which will bring you back onto the path again. This not only avoids the fallen trees but also the muddy ground in there. Visitors to the area are strongly advised to speak with the Ranger staff for up to date information before heading off.
  • Atholl – Atholl Estates Ranger Service asks that you exercise caution and vigilance while accessing their woodlands until they have fully assessed any damage caused, and undertaken the necessary work to ensure the woods and trails are safe again

For up to date information on the status of mountain bike trails please visit Storm Arwen Scottish Mountain Bike Trail Update – DMBinS

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