Tag: Finnich Glen

‘People risking lives’ at Devil’s Pulpit beauty spot

Public access to a beauty spot has been temporarily blocked amid safety concerns.

Finnich Glen – also known as the Devil’s Pulpit – has been used for scenes in TV series Outlander and The Nest, and the film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

Read it on the BBC News website.

Double yellow lines close to Finnich Glen/Devil’s Pulpit

Proposed double yellow lines (no parking at any time) from Stirling Council at roads surrounding Finnich Glen/Devil’s Pulpit, on the A809 and B834. If you have any comments on this, please can you send them to William Collins, Traffic Management Officer at Stirling Council at collinsw@stirling.gov.uk

 

Outlander beauty spot set for £2million development as visitor numbers soar

A plan to transform a Stirling area beauty spot – which has become a magnet for fans of the hit TV series Outlander – was unveiled yesterday (Thursday).

Detailed proposals have been submitted to Stirling Council for a 150-space car park plus visitor centre and restaurant, and a network of paths, bridges and viewing platforms at the Devil’s Pulpit, in Finnich Glen, near Killearn

Read it on the Daily Record website.

Public to have their say on Killearn beauty spot proposals

A public consultation is to be held to discuss the future of a popular beauty spot in Killearn, Stirlingshire.

Architects, planners and the local farmer will meet members of the public to discuss plans to create a tourist hub. Bell Ingram’s plans for Finnich Glen include creation of a 150-space car park as well as a visitor centre and shop.

Read it on the Project Scotland website.

Tourist hub plans unveiled to tackle parking and safety concerns at Outlander beauty spot

Plans have been drawn up to develop a £1.5 million tourist hub at a beauty spot near Killearn.

The landowner of Finnich Glen is proposing to transform the location in a bid to ease parking woes on the surrounding roads and improve safety.

Read it on the Daily Record website.

 

BBC accused of putting lives at risk promoting dangerous Finnich Glen gorge as ‘magical’

The BBC has been accused of putting lives at risk by promoting a dangerous gorge as one of the most “magical” and “fun” places to explore in Scotland.

Finnich Glen near Killearn in Stirlingshire – also known as The Devil’s Pulpit – has been growing in popularity ever since it appeared in hit TV series Outlander.

Read it on the Express website.

Finnich Glen gorge rescue for women stuck on ledge

Three women have been rescued from a deep gorge in rural Stirling after becoming trapped on a ledge.

The trio were exploring Finnich Glen, near Killearn, and became stuck on a 20m (66ft) high ledge near a place known as Devil’s Pulpit.

Read it on the BBC News website.

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