Rassal Ashwood, near Kishorn

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Rassal Ashwood is the most northerly ash woodland in Britain; the wood is at least 6,000 years old. This short walk makes a circuit around the woods using traces of a boggy path that can be a little overgrown with bracken in the summer.


The route is very indistinct and boggy in places; using a GPS can help stay on the path.

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Small parking area on east side of A896 half way between the two 'National Nature Reserve' signs. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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