St Ninian's Way- Barrhill to Colmonell
Barrhill to Colmonell.
This 17th section of St Ninian’s Way starts from Barrhill and, crossing the A714, goes north for 300m to the bridge over the Duisk River. Cross bridge and turn left along wood and, keeping the river on your left, arrive at Belhamage (3 km). Take track to north-west to join minor road (1 km) and continue along road and track to Liglartrie (1 km) . Go north-east along minor road to Pinwherry (2 km). Turn left, south, along A714, cross bridge and proceed another 300 m to meet bridge under railway line. Go under bridge and west along path with the River Stinchar to north to arrive at crossroads (5 km) . Turn right , cross bridge and arrive in Colmonell (1 Km).
Undulating tracks along river valleys .
Also part of the Whithorn Way - http://www.whithornway.org . courtesy of the WWSG where a detailed route description with grid references is available.
For a map overview of Part 1 and Part 2 of St Ninian’s Way please go to https://www.bikemap.net/en/route/3548129-st-ninians-way-carlisle-to-st-andrews-part-1-carlisle-to-whithorn/
St Ninian’s Way is one of the great pilgrim routes in Scotland to St Andrews - The Way of St Andrews - For other routes see http://www.thewayofstandrews.com