Loch Leven Heritage Trail – stone features

I was commissioned earlier this year to build two dry stone features as part of the TRACKS project. This was a 10 year development, constructing a 12.5 mile long walking/cycling path around the Loch Leven National Nature Reserve. The path officially opened on 30 May 2014.

The three free-standing walls are part of a pathway intersection between the path around the Loch and the pedestrian entrance to the RSPB reserve. These were built with Alston stone from Cumbria.

The turf-topped spiral viewpoint was made with Swinton Rubble from Berwick.

The two features were designed by Nick Bowen of Ian White Associates, Landscape Architects

For more information on the Loch Leven Heritiage trail, go