Start Point: The Walled Garden
Distance: 3.5 to 4.5 miles depending on route chosen
Description: This walk stays on a wide track created by a former owner of the estate around 1840 for his wife to use as a horse-drawn carriage ride. It crosses open moorland used for sheep grazing and through rough pasture land sometimes inhabited by Highland cattle. Views are extensive in all directions. The track is now used by heavy farm vehicles so can be uneven and muddy at times.
At the end of the loch turn left and follow the old carriage track around Dunveoch Hill passing through several farm gates. Eventually, you will see some stone sheepfolds on your right and soon after a cottage on your right below the track. If you take the track downhill past the cottage you will arrive at a track crossing a concrete bridge on your left leading to the Walled Garden on your right.
Alternatively: you can stay on the track bearing left with woodland on your right until you come to the two bridges and waterfall mentioned earlier. If you cross the bridge and turn right you can descend on the rough vehicle track you first started on until you reach the Mill Pond and Walled Garden on your right.