A project to improve the Callander Crags pathway was successfully completed through the Callander’s Landscape Partnership.
This project, which was led by Stirling Council and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority, resulted in substantial improvements to the footpaths in the town and surrounding area.
It is now easier for people with mobility issues and families with buggies to get around the Crags as they can avoid the narrow road leading to the higher fellside. This was made possible by funding from Callander’s Landscape and the efforts of volunteers who have worked to ensure that the path is in a good and maintainable condition by cutting back restrictive vegetation.
Bracklinn Falls is also now easier to access due to the improvements, which will make one of Callander’s main visitor attractions even more appealing.
Work is also underway to make similar changes at the Falls of Leny, one of the most spectacular and renowned landscape features of the Callander area.