24-Sep-2004 -- We were on our way back from a weeks holiday in Scotland coming down the M80 from Stirling to Glasgow when we realised there was a confluence point near by.
The confluence point is near the small village of Banton. We drove to 0.29m of the point up a track to a farmhouse and then we had to get out and walk. There was no one in at the farm so we set off into the fields.
The trail took us up a hill with some trees with red berries on.(Rowan Trees I think) it took about 10 mins to get there. It was a nice detour before spending the rest of the day driving back home to Leicester.