Forests and woodlands in Argyll & The Isles

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  • An aerial view of Loch Awe, the third largest freshwater loch in Scotland, Argyll & The Isles
    An aerial view of Loch Awe
  • The snow dusted peak of Ben Cruachan, Argyll & The Isles
    The snow dusted peak of Ben Cruachan
  • A bluebell wood by Loch Eck, Argyll & The Isles
    A bluebell wood by Loch Eck
  • Flowers at a woodland garden belonging to the National Trust for Scotland, Argyll & The Isles
    Flowers at a woodland garden belonging to the National Trust for Scotland
  • The view down Glen Croe surrounded by large and rugged mountain towards The Cobbler, Argyll & The Isles
    The view down Glen Croe towards The Cobbler
  • A detail of the signpost for the public footpath to Bonawe, Argyll & The Isles
    A details of the signpost for the public footpath to Bonawe

Argyll & The Isles boasts a wide variety of beautiful woodlands and dense forests teeming with wildlife and interesting flora. Make Argyll & The Isles your holiday destination and enjoy this great natural playground which is rich in easily accessible trails and treks suitable for all abilities and interests.

To experience one of Britain’s largest woodlands, visit the ancient oak woodland of Taynish. Interspersed with grassland, heath, salt marsh and shoreline, a great variety of wildlife can be spotted here. Admire the springtime carpet of wildflowers or search out evidence left by a secretive otter as it slips through the wood.

Around Loch Sunart lies some of the finest temperate oakwoods in the British Isles - the Sunart Oakwood, remnants of a formerly much more extensive band of coastal woodland. Home to some of the best collections of lower plants in the whole of Europe, you’re guaranteed to encounter plenty of diverse wildlife.

If you're planning a great day out for the whole family, or should you be looking for a place for outdoor activities, pay Knapdale Forest a visit. Surrounded by the National Scenic Area, the forest partially borders with the Crinan Canal as well as the Sound of Jura and Loch Sween. Uncover the fabulous range of routes, trails, cycle routes and picnic sites through the forest, which are situated close together, and have a fantastic day with nature.

Use these listings to help plan your visit to the forests and woodlands of Argyll & The Isles.

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  1. Argyll Forest Park

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    Forests & Woodlands

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    Lochgilphead

    Standing on the very edge of the Highlands, the quiet and secluded Argyll Forest Park is the oldest forest park in Britain covering a large part of North of Cowal.

  2. Mull Eagle Watch

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Mull

    Mull Eagle Watch - Join our eagle experts to get the low down on these high fliers.

  3. Knapdale

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Lochgilphead

    Knapdale Forest is surrounded by a National Scenic Area and is partially bordered by the Crinan Canal and the Sound of Jura and Loch Sween.

  4. Glenbranter

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Strachur

    Part of Argyll Forest Park, Glenbranter Forest boasts a variety of walks and cycle paths.

  5. Aros Park

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    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Tobermory & North Mull

    Situated about half a mile from the centre of the town, Aros Park is an attractive feature in Tobermory offering variety of trails and activities.

  6. Puck's Glen

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Dunoon

    Puck’s Glen is deservedly the most famous short walk on the Cowal Peninsula.

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