Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn Trig Point via the B29 Aircraft crash site. Had company today in the form of hill machine Bryan Fitzpatrick, who likes a paddle.
Wet underfoot, some great waterfalls too, an interesting morning on the hill. ⛰
The trig was an add on to a previously documented visit to the B29 crash site. Once at the crash site, it was over the fence and open hill to the summit, another make your own way effort.
B29 walk detail HERE
A forecast for a dry evening and morning led to a mid week outing to Glen Fyne, making sure I was back for work at 09:00hrs.
By the time I’d finished work, packed up my gear into my panniers and cycled the 7 miles to Glen Fyne it was almost 20:00hrs. A quick clear of the forest floor then up with the tent.
Due to the previous wet spell I took a fire log, some kindling and some peat. The forest floor was carpeted with moss, so scraping this back and using stone from the river to build a base and surround. This would ensure I could remove everything in the morning and reinstate the moss carpet, leaving no trace.
The fire kept the midgies at bay, in the morning it was a different matter!
Some pics and video of site and tent setup.
Approx 13 miles on forestry roads with a river crossing.
A great circular route, giving great views. Walk it, run it or cycle it.
Starting and finishing at Kilbride car park in Dunoon,via the top road behind Kilbride hill,down Glen Fyne returning with views over the Clyde as you head from Innellan to Dunoon. Opposite to what I’ve plotted on the map, but can be done either way.
Overlooking Dunoon after climb from Kilbride car park.
Looking down Glen Fyne
The road down to the river crossing. A tad muddy due to forest operations. All good fun though.
Looking back up the Glen to the far away plantation,where the descent started.
Road conditions slightly better
Ruins of Blairbuie
The river crossing at the old concrete bridge and the wind blown road/track on the other side!
Back on the open road.
Then left again.
The home straight,including a few bends and a wee climb at Kilbride before returning to the car park.
Also see this report for further pictures and alternative return via Innellan-Dunoon main road. Click here.