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Tyndrum Forest Notice

One Walking Trail closed. (Last updated 13 September)

  • Cattle Creep Path is currently closed due to heavy rainfall. See below for details.
  • Nearby Crianlarich has three gorgeous Walking Trails to choose from.

Community woodland with short trails

This community woodland is ideal for those who want to break up the journey along the A82 and get some fresh air.

Walking trails

Walking

Cattle Creep (closed)

A trail notice is in effect

Cattle Creep Path is currently closed due to wash out as a result of heavy rainfall. Please obey all site signage and advice from staff. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

A short loop along the River Fillan that takes a cattle creep beneath the railway to reach the site of an old leadmine.

Firm but uneven gravel surface, with some rocky and potentially muddy sections. Some short fairly steep slopes. Includes several shallow fords, a narrow bridge and some narrow kissing gates.

Moderate
1 miles / 1.8 km

Allow
¾ hour

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This short trail leads through a growing woodland that was planted by schoolchildren and other local people. Watch it change through the seasons and over the years to come.

Activities

Explore further

Tyndrum is surrounded by dramatic hills, with lots of un-waymarked routes onto the high tops. The West Highland Way passes through the forest here.

Facilities & access

The nearest public toilets are at the Green Welly Stop, 50 metres from the start of the trail.

Getting here

The Cattle Creep Trail begins at the north end of Tyndrum village where the West Highland Way crosses the A82. There is no designated car park, but lots of other car parks and on street parking can be found around the village.

Walk west from the Green Welly Stop, turning left just after the main road crosses a burn. The first waymarker for the trail sits just below the sign for the West Highland Way.

Using SatNav?

FK20 8SA is the nearest postcode.

Public transport

Trains and several bus routes pass through Tyndrum. Plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.

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Phone
0300 067 6600 (option 2)
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