Glen Duror forest

This out and back walk leads through the Glen Duror forest plantations to visit Taigh Seamus a' Ghlinne - an bothy said to be the birthplace of James of the Glen. James was hung after he was alledgedly framed in the legendary Appin murder - as described in Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel, Kidnapped.


Forest tracks and waymarked paths throughout; there is a reasonable amount of ascent

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Forestry car park, Glen Duror. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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