The Archaeology of Glenshee with David Strachan
The ancient landscape of Glenshee contains prehistoric monuments, Pictish longhouses and much more recent fermtouns and military roads – come and explore links between the geology, archaeology and habitats in the wider landscape of Lair, Glenshee with David Strachan of Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust.
This walk is part of the Cateran Common Wealth (www.commonculture.org.uk), a new and exciting community art and heritage project inspired by the cultural heritage of Eastern Perthshire and will include a site tour of the excavations of the Glenshee Archaeology Project.
DATE: Friday 4th November
COST: Free of charge but booking required
MEETING POINT: Meeting point at Cockstane Car Park at NGR: NO141643 on the A93 around 8 miles from Bridge of Cally
BOOKING: By phone 01350 724261 (or 724281) or online
NOTES: Grade of walk- Moderate (Ground rough and steep in places). Dress sensibly for the weather (sturdy footwear/waterproofs essential).