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Blair Atholl
NN870650 (5*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by John Page (12/02/2003)

'Only for the experienced - When I watched a friend do it there was over 2 foot of water in the deep part. NB track at other side is 4x4 only.'


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Dalpatrick
NN888185 (4*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by John Page (14/09/2003)

'Monster ford on a public road. sign posted no through road due to the fords severity but shown on most road maps. The photos show it at it's most benign; only 2 feet deep with a very strong current but you can easily drive half way across the river which is exposed . Our friend in the land rover hybrid tested it out . Another friend with a land rover 101FC did this ford in winter where he got wet feet, for that to happen the water had to be over 4 feet deep, natural river bottom and shallow, sandy entrance/exit ramps - signs of fairly frequent usage Ranges from 30 feet to100 feet wide.'





Glen Girnaig
NN930656 (3*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by Stuart Head (15/05/2011)

'From Killiekrankie you follow a minor road under the A9 turning into a minor road that goes up the side of the valley for just over 4km. I will try and find a picture, but this is for 4x4 only. In summer the water was about 2ft deep and the bottom was very rocky with some large boulders. I watch a Defender go through with ease (August). The width is about 10m across and there used to be a small weir built to the right of the crossing. After the crossing, the track continues up the side of a big hill and eventually turns into a very rough track with no clear signs of going anywhere specific.'





Hosh
NN858236 (3*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by John Page (14/09/2003)

'On a private road from the golf centre although not gated - would not advise driving down the hill from the golf centre unless in a 4x4 as its moderately steep and muddy. Ford could be crossed and then recrossed from main road but nowhere to turn. About 25 feet wide, concrete ford where part of upstream concrete has collapsed so 8 inches deep dropping to 15 inches+ at collapsed part (not visible)'





Little Glenshee
NN988340 (3*) Suitable for All
Sent in by John Page (18/03/2003)

'It was very shallow (2 inches) when we went through but can be very deep as the depth gauge shows - it only shows 4 to 6 feet!'









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