The dramatic Mill Glen is a small steep-sided valley which descends from the Ochil Hills above Tillicoultry.
Scouring the southern wall of the hills, this impressive and beautiful glen is partially wooded and a popular walking destination. With a path rising up in a series of steps through woodland onto an open hillside only to later descend down into the deep valley passing series of beautiful waterfalls close to where the Daiglen Burn meets the Gannel Burn to form the Tillicoultry Burn, Mill Glen is a great place to explore.
There are number of adventure companies offering visitors the opportunity to explore the glen and go canyoning through the gorge.
It is thought that once there was a Pictish fort at the end of the glen and it is said that the stoned from the fort were taken to help build Stirling Castle.
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