Wednesday, 21 September 2022
Tweed Valley Osprey Project Co-ordinator, Di Bennett, brings us the latest update from the nest.
Created in partnership with the local community, Crianlarich has three waymarked trails through a mix of young woodland and mature conifers with fine views to the surrounding Munros. It's the perfect place to stop and stretch your legs or walk the dog on the long journey to or from the West Highlands.
Walk through both new woodland and mature conifer forest with great views of Ben More and Cruach Ardrain.
Firm gravel and grassy surface, with some uneven and potentially muddy sections. Some steep slopes. Includes some gates and a narrow section of boardwalk.
Allow ½ hour
A short leg stretch, linking Crianlarich and Inverardran via a lovely area of rowan, alder and birch along the burn.
Uneven gravel and grassy surface, with some rocky and narrow sections. Some steep slopes. Includes a narrow bridge and section of boardwalk.
Allow ½ hour
Look out for red squirrels and a fantastic variety of small garden birds that are already making their homes and finding food among the trees.
There are public toilets and places to eat in the village of Crianlarich.
There is no charge to park in this car park. Please park with care and consideration. In particular please park in designated parking areas only and do not block entrances or gates.
The entrance and car park for Crianlarich Community Woodland is on the south side of the A85, just on the eastern outskirts of the village.
FK20 8QN is a nearby postcode, centred on the village of Crianlarich.
Trains and several bus routes stop in Crianlarich village. Plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.
Community woodland with short trails
Quiet riverside picnic site with mountain views