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Loch Arkaig Forest flanks the Northern and Southern shores of Loch Arkaig near the hamlets of Clunes and Achnacarry, 15km North of Fort William. The Northern forest blocks are accessed by a minor dead end public road. The Southern blocks are accessed by boat. This area is noted for fishing, but more so for its link with the training of commandos for World War II missions. The Allt Mhuic area of the forest is well known for its invertebrates such as the Chequered Skipper butterfly.

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