Based in Clackmannanshire, Scotland, the Ochils Landscape Partnership celebrates the landscape, heritage and people of the Ochils and Hillfoots. The fundamental aims of the Partnership are to increase access to the hills and glens of the Ochils, encourage exploration of the Hillfoots, improve the quality of our rivers, and restore and conserve key parts of the historic built landscape. The projects are underpinned by community involvement and volunteering.
The three new trails created by the Ochils Landscape Partnership are the Hillfoots Diamond Jubilee Way, the River Devon Trail and the Kirkyards Trail.
The Hillfoots Diamond Jubilee Way is a 22km route from Logie in the west to Muckhart in the east. It roughly follows the route of the old King's Highway, the likely route of royal progresses between Stirling Castle and Falkland Palace.
The River Devon Trail is a waymarked route through the River Devon corridor from Glenfoot / Tillicoultry in the west to Vicar's Bridge in the east, offering spectacular views of the Ochils and the opportunity to explore the river environment.
The Kirkyards Trail offers insightful interpretation of 7 historic kirkyards in the Hillfoots. There is much to see, from Viking-age hogbacks to an array of spectacularly carved trade and mortality stones from the 16th - 18th centuries.