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Glasdrum Wood

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Glasdrum Wood is a wild woodland on the shores of Loch Creran.

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Ash and oak dominate the woodland at Glasdrum, their trunks softened by a thick coat of mosses and lichens. Where sunlight penetrates between the trees, smaller flowering plants take hold and provide a rich larder for butterflies like the rare chequered skipper. Otters are known to slip cautiously between the woodland and the clear waters of Loch Creran.

Facilities include a car park and picnic area and a steep woodland trail.

 

 

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Ash and oak dominate the woodland at Glasdrum, their trunks softened by a thick coat of mosses and lichens. Where sunlight penetrates between the trees, smaller flowering plants take hold and provide a rich larder for butterflies like the rare chequered skipper. Otters are known to slip cautiously between the woodland and the clear waters of Loch Creran.

Facilities include a car park and picnic area and a steep woodland trail.

 

 

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