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A short walk through the spectacular trees of this Forestry Commission wood which is effectively a wild natural garden. The Fraser family, who owned the land for 500 years, planted many species of trees in the early 1800s, many of them newly introduced to the UK at the time. Today many of them are amongst the tallest in the UK at over 200ft. The walk itself follows built paths and is ideal for families. Its sheltered location also makes it a good choice in any weather, as evidenced by the snow in the photographs used to illustrate the walk! The route described is known as the 'low walk' but a short detour to the viewpoint on the 'high walk' is described as a spur at the end of the route.
Scotland - Highlands and Islands - Highland - Inverness
Birds, Nature Trail, Wildlife, Woodland
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