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Craigvinean consists of a single forest block which is located on the eastern slopes of the Tay valley overlooking the town of Dunkeld in Perthshire. A second smaller block; Ladywell, separated from the main forest by the A822 and a number of dispersed fragments separated by the A9 are also included in the scope of this plan. The forest covers a total area of 1937 ha and contains a diverse range of habitats from the cathedral-like stands of Douglas fir in the Hermitage to the sub-alpine moorland atop Creag an Uamhaid.

View of autumnal trees on banks of the River Tay

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