This wild woodland climbs from the seashore near the head of Loch Creran up the slopes of Ben Churalain.
Mosses and lichens thrive here in the moist Atlantic climate on the acid and lime-rich rocks. The oak and ash woodlands and open areas of bracken, heath and grassland attract a variety of butterfly species, including the rare chequered skipper.
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