I recorded the route on my HTC One S phone using the SportyPal application, this provided distance and approximate ascent/descent, as well as GPX for route which have imported into GoogleMaps page, to see the route click on:
Callander Highland Games Hill Race Route.
The start of the race will be from the Highland Games Ring which you'll exit and head to the south to exit the field and turn left at the track which leads up to Geisher Road passing the Fire Station and Medical centre that will be on your right. Note, if you click on any of the images below you'll get full screen high rest version that you can step through, slideshow style.
At the end of Geisher Road cross straight over the A84 at the pedestrian traffic lights and head uphill along the track.
At end of track turn right and head along the tarmaced cycle path
The cycle path will go through a shorted wooded avenue and then to open farmland where you'll get an excellent view of Tom Duh - the first open hill you'll climb, pictured below at the left hand side. On the right hand side of the picture you'll see a farmhouse amongst a trees, you'll follow the cycle track up around to the left of the farm house, then keep on the track and pass a caravan park which will be your right.
Follow the track uphill, ignore small paths off the right and downhill, stay within the track/forest break until you emerge from the woodland
Keep following the track for 50m till you each a junction, take the right hand path
You emerge from the woodland with the new Bracklin bridge infront of you, cross it
Then go straight uphill to the top of Tom Duh, you'll now have 360 degrees of wonderful views to enjoy
Head down of Tom Duh towards the forest, cross the fence at the style/gate and then follow open hillside up keeping to the right of the woodland. At the summit you'll get great views of the Munros Stuc a'Chron and Ben Vorlich to the north. Straight ahead there is a track, continue downhill to where the track meets the forest.
At the bottom of the track cross the flat concrete bridge that goes across the river Teith, through the gate and then follow the track uphill, then turn left along the tarmac road for half a mile
The road goes through a lightly wooded section, then near the end of this wood the road heads left, to the right there is a muddy entrance to a track that heads up through the woods towards Crags summit. After the short wooded ascent you'll emerge to a great view of the moors and mountains to the north
As you near the summit you'll see the Queen Elizabeth Monument, Loch Venachar will be straight ahead to the wst with Ben Ledi looking down from the north west
Follow the path past the Monument and start descending along the path, a glance to the left will provide a great view of Calander, the Highland Games Field is right in the middle of the shot below, 5 1/2 miles down, 3 1/4 miles all downhill to go!
After a short scramble down rocks follow the steeped path that head straight down a gully
After some steep and very fast downhill running you'll come to a sharp right turn in the path, but here go left along a much smaller path into the woods