Sculptures in Wood

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This is a short walk in Speyside, mainly to view sculptures by Frank Bruce. The paths leading to the sculptures are suitable for wheelchairs; an extension of the walk along the bank of the River Feshie is not.

The sculptures are in open mixed woodland and an old walled garden once owned by Invereshie House. The sculptor has created large abstractions in which the figures created react with the essence of the trees from which they are made.

There are two car parks, a lower one for walkers and an upper one with easy access to the sculptures for wheelchairs. Paths are good; footwear is not a problem. There is a picnic site and there are nice views to the Monadhliath Mountains. The walk is suitable for all abilities (dog too). Refreshments etc are available at the nearby Watersports Centre (NH 838045) which offers many leisure activities for all ages.

Scotland - Highlands and Islands - Highland - Strathspey


Birds, Cafe, Flowers, Good for Kids, Good for Wheelchairs, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Restaurant, River, Toilets, Woodland