Glen Nevis land management plan
The Glen Nevis land management plan was approved on 20August 2015 and covers the period from 2015 to 2025.
The national forest estate managed by Forestry Commission Scotland around Glen Nevis comprises 2,521 hectares of woodland and open hill to the south and east of Fort William. It faces the principal approach to Ben Nevis and the final sections of the West Highland Way pass through the forest. The area comprises around 1,000 hectares of commercial forest, remnants of native woodland and native Scots pine and 1,500 hectares of open hill and mountain.
Management concept and proposals
- Land management summary - summary of management proposals.pdf
- Land management plan - details our objectives for the area and our management proposals
- Location map - Glen Nevis forest in relation to the local area
- Analysis map - shows the key features that influence the plan design
- Concept map - shows how the plan design responds to the key features analysis
- Management plan - the future felling plan for the current forest, including forest roads.pdf
- Future habitats map - the future land use and tree species proposed for the woodland areas.pdf
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