NO381112 (2*) Suitable for All
Sent in by Robin Morris (15/12/2004)
'It is a basic watersplash on an unclassified road linking the A916 with the Hill of Tarvit/Ceres road. It crosses the Craigrothie Burn, and has a small stone footbridge to one side for pedestrian access.
The stone bridge to the side of the ford was a pack bridge for use presumably when the burn was in spate and also as a footbridge. Iím told that the most regular user of the ford is the postman who crosses in his van every day. Although it is a byway with access from both ends there is very little wheeled traffic, although riders from a nearby stable cross regularly on horseback. I would imagine after heavy rain it might get a little difficult.'