Glen Clunie: Landscape Details Posted on 2015-07-10 by Tim Three photos from a pleasant afternoon’s stroll along the Baddoch Burn in Glen Clunie, just up the road from Glenshee. Rocks can be so colourful at times, can’t they? 🙂 A small burn flowing down the hillside into the Baddoch Burn, Glen Clunie. Colourful submerged stones and boulders, Baddoch Burn, Glen Clunie. An outstanding boulder. The BGS has this to say about the geology of the area: Tulaichean Schist Formation – Semipelite And Psammite. Metamorphic Bedrock formed approximately 542 to 1000 million years ago in the Period. Originally sedimentary rocks formed in shallow seas. Later altered by low-grade metamorphism. You can say that again – a wonderful colourful mix of sedimentary wiggle shapes and coarse schist with marbling layers through it.