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open 117131 wanderruderer

I tried to create a route with Garmin Map Source from here eastwards to the next intersection.
When I ask the Software to calculate my route, it suggests a wide route clockwise passing Lochan A' Ghleannain. The OSM data looks fine for me, but navigation does not work.
Cheers for having a look.

10 months ago about 22 hours ago
closed 269730

There is a fully signposted ONE WAY NCN traffic system in Aberfoyle.
Northbound, the route coming from Cobleland becomes one-way at the point which it runs through the car-park (marked with blue +), turning right into Manse Road then right into Lochard Road then left onto the two-way Dukes Pass Road.
Southbound, from the Dukes Pass road, the route turns left into Main Street then right (passed toilets) into the carpark, then turns left onto the two-way roadway leading to the traffic free route to Cobleland.

14 days ago about 22 hours ago
open 276065 Rostranimin

Sustrans website indicates that National Cycle Network now uses path here. Can this be confirmed?

about 23 hours ago about 23 hours ago
closed 212164 Rostranimin

Herriot Street should be part of National Cycle Network 76.

4 months ago 1 day ago
open 275586 Rostranimin

I'm very sure (but can't guarantee) that on a recent trip along this road I noticed that the rail line here was disused and dilapidated. This needs a check and the rail line tagged appropriately.

1 day ago 1 day ago
closed 203123

Stirling Train Station

4 months ago 5 days ago
closed 203126


4 months ago 5 days ago
closed 203125


4 months ago 5 days ago
closed 50201

Recommend that recumbent trike riders travelling east should join Stirling Road at this point to avoid two 'kissing' gates and a zig-zag barrier in Fallin

about 1 year ago 5 days ago
closed 50199

Zig-zag barrier makes this unsuitable for recumbent trikes

about 1 year ago 5 days ago

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