Glasdrum Wood, Loch Creran

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A short, but steep, walk up through part of the Glasdrum Wood National Nature Reserve, renowned for its rich variety of plants, birds and butterflies. The walk has good views over the head of Loch Creran.


Clear paths through woodland with a long, steep section rewarded by good views.

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Glasdrum Wood National Nature Reserve car park on minor road off the A828 between Appin and Barcaldine. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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