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26th November 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The first Dundee Mountain Film Festival was staged in 1983 to raise funds for building the replacement bridge at Bachnagairn in memory of Roy Tait, a member of the Grampian Club and Tayside Mountain Rescue Team. As part of the festival, join The Mountains and The People for a guided walk from Glen Doll to the Roy Tait Memorial Bridge on Sunday 26th Nov.
There will be a small minibus leaving from Bonar Hall, Dundee at 8am on Sunday. Alternatively you can make your own way to the Glen Doll Ranger Base car park for the walk departing at 9.30am. The walk will go from the car park at Glen Doll to the Roy Tait Bridge. The return route will either be the same way, or the walk may go over the glen and back down via Jocks Road. The route will be decided by the walk leader on the day depending on the weather conditions and what the group would like to do. The walk will take between 4.5 -7 hours depending on what route is taken.
The walk will be led by a mountain leader from the Cairngorm Adventure Guides. Participants are expected to be experienced hill walkers and must provide their own clothing, footwear, equipment, food etc. Return transport to Dundee will be provided at the end of the day. Places are limited and must be booked in advance.
If you are interested in joining the walk or for more information contact Julie on email@example.com or 07483352529.