Paths, parks and countryside areas

Glen Cannich

  • Start point: Cannich
  • Type: Ancient pinewood
  • Location: Scotland

The ancient pinewoods in Glen Cannich have been decimated by past fires and forest management. They are now under recovery and this beautiful glen is well worth a visit.

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Glen Einig

  • Start point: Oykel Bridge near Lairg
  • Type: Ancient pinewood
  • Location: Scotland

The most northerly remaining ancient pinewood in Scotland with scattered trees along the banks of the River Einig. A Forestry Commission site undergoing conservation management with good paths in a remote heather moorland setting.

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Glen Falloch

  • Start point: Crianlarich
  • Type: Ancient pinewood
  • Location: Scotland

Scattered mature pines stand on Dun Falloch and down Glen Falloch, once known as ‘the hidden glen’. This is the most southerly pinewood in Scotland.

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Glen Feshie

  • Start point: Drumguish
  • Type: Ancient pinewood
  • Location: Scotland

Glen Feshie is renowned as one of the Highlands most attractive areas. The dynamic River Feshie and the expanse of ancient pine forest has provided inspiration for artists including Henry Landseer and Hollywood film directors.

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Glen Garry

  • Start point: Mandally
  • Type: Ancient pinewood
  • Location: Scotland

The pinewoods fringe the large and beautiful Loch Garry in an idyllic setting. There are well marked trails and an old drovers inn at the mouth of the glen for weary travellers.

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