Stirling Rambling Club welcomes anyone who loves walking and enjoys the great outdoors.

Join our friendly group on a walk – you will be made very welcome!

This week’s event & walk :

Thursday 22nd September


Meet: Stirling Bus Station at 9.30am to catch Citylink coach at 0940….returning on 1610 coach. Advisable to book seat.
We will visit the Black Watch Museum to see the magnificent Poppies :Weeping Window sculpture.  Returning to City Centre,  we’ll call in to see current exhibitions at Perth Art Gallery and Museum….before stopping for lunch at Kisa’s Restaurant
In the afternoon, a visit to the J D Ferguson Gallery to see Ferguson’s works and those of his talented artist, choreographer and dress designer partner, Margaret Morris, ending our day and heading back for return coach.

Leader: Denis Taylor. Tel 07720885676 denis45taylor@gmail.com
Sunday 25th September


Grade: B. Distance:8.5 miles; 5.5 hours. Meet/time: At start of walk at 10am. Parking approx 1km past Sheriffmuir Inn near small wood. Map Ref: NN833028  Description: Onto Little Corum via wood to Mickle Corum and onto Blairdennan following the Old Wharry Burn by Big Hunt and Little Hunt, returning by Sheriffmuir Road. Ascent: 631m.

Leader: Martin Scott Smith Tel: 01259 214906 martinscottsmith@googlemail.com


We are an independent group who meet at least once per week usually on a Sunday.  We also have mid-week walks in Spring/Summer and these will be advertised on our site when submitted.

All you need is a good pair of walking boots, waterproof clothing, plenty to drink and a picnic lunch.

The walks are graded. An explanation of the grades can be found in ‘Grading info’

Meeting information: We meet at the VUE Cinema Car Park in Stirling ( to organise car sharing) or at the start of the walk.

The Club also organise social and ‘cultural’ outings throughout the year and walking weekends away.

Membership fee : £5 per annum      (download form from Membership Page)

Members’ Responsibility 

All members should be fully aware that:

  • they undertake all activities with Stirling Rambling Club at their own risk.
  • Stirling Rambling Club is not a professional guiding company and therefore they are responsible for their own safety.
  •  while leaders volunteer to lead walks, they are not legally responsible for members’ welfare on the walk, but rather facilitate the enjoyment of a group walk by all club members

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