A wonderful introduction to the different landscapes of Scotland, the path meanders through a variety of terrains including open hillside, moorland, ancient native woodlands, hazel coppice, and riverbanks. The path has been designed with a variety of surfaces to be as sensitive as possible to the wild terrain it passes through, but sadly it is not wheelchair-friendly.
It curves and contours, rises and falls with the shape of the land offering a means of accessing quiet corners and magical places that would otherwise remain hidden away and forgotten. Along the well-marked and circular route you will find poems and sculptures all created by local artists.
There is only parking for a few cars so start early and it will take 2-3 hours. The path is always open and free.
A book of poems and images from the path is available at the Corbenic Shop in Dunkeld, and donations to the Corbenic Camphill Community are gratefully received via their JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/corbeniccamphill
Perth and Kinross
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