Faskally forest design plan
Faskally forest was purchased in 1953 and covers an area of approximately 366ha in size.The forest forms the main northern backdrop to the town of Pitlochry and lies adjacent to thejunction of the rivers Garry and Tummel. It is split by the A9 with the main part of the forestbeing concentrated on the steep western slopes of Craigower hill while the remainder lies onknolls along the eastern slopes of Loch Faskally.
Faskally lies partly within the Loch Tummel national scenic area as well as the BreadalbaneEnvironmentally sensitive area.
Documents and maps
- Forest design plan - Full text (PDF 8.3MB)
- Location map (PDF 1.1MB)
- Key features map (PDF 1.3MB)
- Future habitats and species map (PDF 730KB)
- Analysis and concept map (PDF 1.1MB)
- Felling management map (PDF 824KB)
- Thinning map (PDF 996KB)
- Views from Clunie Power Station (PDF 708KB)
- Views from Garry Bridge (PDF 588KB)
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