Tillicoultry to Stirling
The last day of walking is the most undulating section of the Central Belt Way, as you walk uphill to the Silver mines in the Ochil hills, to the Wallace Monument and finishing off with the last uphill walk of the day to Stirling Castle. This section of the walk is full of history, folklore and myths, where your guide will recount stories of hidden treasure, treachery and a famous Scottish legend along the way. A visit to the Wallace monument is a must during this part of the walk. Reaching Stirling castle with the last uphill climb of the day, you are rewarded with fantastic views over the Forth valley and also on completing the Central Belt Way.
Walk details: 21km/ 13 miles approx 7-8 hours 488m/ 1604ft ascent