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

Route Filmstrip & Description

This is a short (1.3Km) out-and-back trail on a very good tarmac surface. It starts on the B910 near Clackmannan cemetery at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference NS 908 925. It is wide enough for two people to walk side by side all the way along but there are no seats along the route.There are no severe gradients though there is a section with a gradient of 10% (1:10) for about 40m.

Surveyed by: . Fieldfare, November 2010 (Autumn)
Accessibility Rating: 2More Information
Distance: 1.3 km

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

Information

The start of this trail near Clackmannan cemetery on the B910 a little way up from its junction with Devon Way.There is a bus stop by the entrance and the trail is sign posted as a cycleway to Alloa.

Start The start of this trail near Clackmannan cemetery on the B910 a little way up from its junction with Devon Way.There is a bus stop by the entrance and the trail is sign posted as a cycleway to Alloa.

There is a barrier at the entrance but a gap to the side which is wider than 1.2m.

Direction There is a barrier at the entrance but a gap to the side which is wider than 1.2m.

The trail has a tarmac surface and is wide enough for two people to walk side by side throughout.

Width The trail has a tarmac surface and is wide enough for two people to walk side by side throughout.

 

Path

In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet. In frosty weather there may be ice on the path.

Surface In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet. In frosty weather there may be ice on the path.

 

Path

Keep right on the main path.After the sharp bend there is a gradient for about 40m which has a gradient of about 10% (1:10)

Direction Keep right on the main path.After the sharp bend there is a gradient for about 40m which has a gradient of about 10% (1:10)

 

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There is a slope about 100m long but it is not very steep with a gradient of about 6% (1:17)

Gradient There is a slope about 100m long but it is not very steep with a gradient of about 6% (1:17)

In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

Surface In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

 

Path

 

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The gap beside the barriers is wider than 1m.Go straight ahead onto the zigzag ramp that leads up to Alloa Park Road.

Direction The gap beside the barriers is wider than 1m.Go straight ahead onto the zigzag ramp that leads up to Alloa Park Road.

The path zigzags up to Alloa Park Road. The gradient is 8% (1:12) at its steepest point.

Gradient The path zigzags up to Alloa Park Road. The gradient is 8% (1:12) at its steepest point.

 

Path

There is a cross slope on the path with a gradient steeper than  6% (1:17) as it rises to Alloa Park Road.

Gradient There is a cross slope on the path with a gradient steeper than 6% (1:17) as it rises to Alloa Park Road.

There is a well marked crossing on Alloa Park Road.Go straight on through the gap beside the vehicle barrier.

Direction There is a well marked crossing on Alloa Park Road.Go straight on through the gap beside the vehicle barrier.

 

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In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

Surface In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

 

Path

 

Path

In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

Surface In autumn when these photos were taken there may be leaves on the surface of the tarmac which can be slippery if wet.

 

Path

 

Path

The end of the trail is where it meets Forth Crescent.Bear right to head into the centre of Alloa.

End The end of the trail is where it meets Forth Crescent.Bear right to head into the centre of Alloa.

An information sign shows how the trail passes through Clackmannan.

Information An information sign shows how the trail passes through Clackmannan.

There are pleasant views of the hills and woods all along the trail.

View There are pleasant views of the hills and woods all along the trail.

At the end of the trail there are signs directing you towards Alloa.

Information At the end of the trail there are signs directing you towards Alloa.

The route into Alloa is along  pavements and footways.

Direction The route into Alloa is along pavements and footways.

Clackmannan to Alloa Cycleway Phototrail

 

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