The small island of Bucinch is an uninhabited and densely wooded island located a quarter of a mile north east of Inchcruin.
The island rises steeply from a rocky coastline to a height of 24m but sadly there are no summit views as the site is covered with trees and bushes including Scots pines, birch and rhododendron clinging to its shores, while inland there is birch, oak and rowan trees. The island’s floor is carpeted with blackberries almost everywhere.
Owned by National Trust for Scotland, the island has been uninhabited and unspoilt for centuries.
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