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.
Its name derives from the Gaelic description of it striking topographical features - Cnap meaning hill and Dall meaning field. There are number of routes, trails, cycle routes and picnic sites through the forest which are situated close together and are designed to allow access to a variety of habitats. Most of them start from the Barnluasgan Interpretation Center and provide an excellent riding experience, interest and enjoyment to all.
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