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An enjoyable walk following a gravelled track with good views of the hill lochan, Loch nan Lochan, and ascending to the reservoir at Glen Forslan. Fine hill scenery and the picturesque falls of Glenforslan make this a very pleasant walk. In addition, devil's bit scabious (Succisa patensis), scotch argus (Erebai aethiops) and orange peel fungus (Aleuria aurantia) are abundant in late summer. Some steep ascents and can be boggy in places. This is a 'there and back' walk.
Please refer to local walking guides for details.
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- there and back
Route details and information are provided in good faith. All walking is potentially dangerous and it is your responsibility to ensure that you are properly dressed and equipped, have a map and compass, have checked and planned your route in advance and are able to navigate effectively. Maps displayed on these walking pages are intended as an overview of the walk and are NOT suitable for navigation. Please follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and respect landowners and residents' privacy. Always check the weather forecast and let others know if you are walking in the hills.