Landscape Photo
Photographer: Brian Horisk/AdventureArt, Fife, Scotland

Route Filmstrip & Description

The trail starts by the playground at the end of Main Street in Cambus and runs through attractive farmland with views to the River Forth. Street parking is available nearby.The path is tarmacked and level throughout and wide enough for two people to walk side by side with plenty of space of cyclists to pass safely.There are 2 perches about halfway along the route and it is about 3Km to the end and back.

Surveyed by: . Fieldfare, January 2011 (Winter)
Accessibility Rating: 2More Information
Distance: 1.7 km

Public Transport: No
Car Park: No
Steps: No
Barriers: No
Toilets: No
 

Information

The start of the Cambus Cycleway is off the cycleway to Stirling that follows the old Stirling road about 120m west of the Dumyat Park Roundabout. A sign on the old Stirling road points to the ramp leading to the trail.

Path The start of the Cambus Cycleway is off the cycleway to Stirling that follows the old Stirling road about 120m west of the Dumyat Park Roundabout. A sign on the old Stirling road points to the ramp leading to the trail.

The ramp has a gradient of about 8% (1 in 12) for 50m.

Gradient The ramp has a gradient of about 8% (1 in 12) for 50m.

Turn right at the bottom of the ramp

Direction Turn right at the bottom of the ramp

Go under the bridge carrying the old Stirling road

Path Go under the bridge carrying the old Stirling road

The cycleway is in a old railway cutting for the first 500m

Path The cycleway is in a old railway cutting for the first 500m

 

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Follow the tarmacked path to the right.

Direction Follow the tarmacked path to the right.

There is an old dovecote close to the trail and its pigeon holes can be clearly seen.

View There is an old dovecote close to the trail and its pigeon holes can be clearly seen.

There are cattle grids and gates to allow animals to move between the fields on either side of the path.

Gate There are cattle grids and gates to allow animals to move between the fields on either side of the path.

The gates open both ways and have easy to use latches.

Gate The gates open both ways and have easy to use latches.

 

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There are cattle grids and gates to allow animals to move between the fields on either side of the path.

Gate There are cattle grids and gates to allow animals to move between the fields on either side of the path.

The gates open both ways and have easy to use latches.

Gate The gates open both ways and have easy to use latches.

 

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The walk starts by the playground at the end of Main Street in Cambus.

Start The walk starts by the playground at the end of Main Street in Cambus.

The path has a tarmac surface throughout and is wide enough for two people to walk side by side with plenty of space for cyclists to pass safely.

Path The path has a tarmac surface throughout and is wide enough for two people to walk side by side with plenty of space for cyclists to pass safely.

 

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The path is level throughout.

Path The path is level throughout.

 

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The path has a solid tarmac surface and is level all along its length

Path The path has a solid tarmac surface and is level all along its length

 

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There are two perches just before the track turns right. They are set off the path on a gravel base.

Seat There are two perches just before the track turns right. They are set off the path on a gravel base.

Turn right to stay on the tarmac and follow the trail

Path Turn right to stay on the tarmac and follow the trail

 

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There is a barrier across the road which is open most of the time. There is a gap to the side 800mm wide.

Path There is a barrier across the road which is open most of the time. There is a gap to the side 800mm wide.

The barrier may be closed at times. There is a gap to the side measuring about 800mm wide. There is a cross slope at the gap.

Barrier The barrier may be closed at times. There is a gap to the side measuring about 800mm wide. There is a cross slope at the gap.

At the junction bear left towards Alloa West Business Park and Smithfield Loan

Path At the junction bear left towards Alloa West Business Park and Smithfield Loan

 

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Even after wet weather there should not be any puddles right across the track

Path Even after wet weather there should not be any puddles right across the track

 

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The trail is also used by cyclists and horse riders. Farm traffic uses the route from time to time

Information The trail is also used by cyclists and horse riders. Farm traffic uses the route from time to time

 

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The end of the trail is at Alloa West Business Park. The road and pavement ahead lead to Smithfield Loan about 200m away.

End The end of the trail is at Alloa West Business Park. The road and pavement ahead lead to Smithfield Loan about 200m away.

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