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Kenmore & District Community Council

Covering Kenmore, Acharn and immediate area


Identifing Paths in and around Kenmore District CC area.  If you know of any other please let me know.

Drummond Hill - Walks and Trails (external site)

River North Terrace walk re-opened

The walk along the north bank of the river has ben cleared of trees by DLC at the Community Council's request. This pleasant short walk runs from just before Maxwell's Temple at the east end of The Gallops through to Chinese Bridge where you can rejoin the Gallops to return or carry on eastwards.

Core Paths

Took my fractured wrist for a walk around the core paths Kenmore to Castle & back.

Accepting the temporary exclusion zone, I must admit it was easier than last time and I didn't fall down once.

Paths wider and more suitable for the less fit and other users.

Core Footpaths

P & K map highlighting the "Core Paths" within the Kenmore area. (click here)

P& K Core Paths Intereactive map.   (click here)

P&K Green Space department     web Site

Our Green Space Ranger  Jeannie Grant   email

Upper Tay Paths Group

Supported by a Greenspace Ranger.

The groups have taken on a role in looking after the paths in their  area (approimates to Community Coucil boundaries of Kenmore & District, Dull & Weem, Aberfeldy  and Strathtay & Mid Atholl).

Undertaking practical work to repair and maintain paths for walkers, riders and cyclists to use;

Promoting their paths and assisting  in waymarking them as part of the Core Paths Implementation Plan;

Carrying out path audits; &

Taking the lead on more ambitious projects to improve paths or build new ones where the need has been identified locally.

Interested in supporting or for more information contact Chair Peter Howell


The 2019 Annual General meeting which will take place at 7pm on Thursday 18th September 2019 at the Breadalbane Community Campus.

The AGM will be followed by  a SteeringGroup/Volunteers meeting which all are welcome to attend.

See Documents (Click here) Footpaths for AGM Agenda & Minutes 


Tay side Way  feasability study  LINK

Lochside Way Killin to Kenmore    LINK   

South Loch Tay, Kenmore - New Footway Proposal       Info  LINK TO DOCUMENT

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