Glencripesdale

Nature Centres & Reserves

Liddesdale, Strontian, Argyll

    The remote Glencripesdale on the shores of Loch Sunart combines woodland, shoreline, heaths and moorland.

    A rich reward for the long walk in, Glencripesdale is an isolated but beautiful strip of oak woodland, nestled against the shore of Loch Sunart. A springtime carpet of wild flowers is rolled out across the woodland floor, whilst mosses drip down the trees in a diversity of life equivalent to tropical rainforests. The rocky shoreline is a good place to watch for otters.

    Facilities include information panels.

     

    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2016 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2016 - 31 Dec 2016

    Road Directions

    On the south shore of Loch Sunart. Turn off the A884 at Liddesdale to the end of the public road and informal parking area. Entry is via a five mile track (no public vehicular access) which then runs the length of the Reserve, with a waymarked right of way off the main track.

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