1. Blackmuir Wood


1. Blackmuir Wood

Blackmuir Wood forms the southern boundary of the Victorian spa village of Strathpeffer. The wood contains a network of forest trails which lead ultimately to the ridge of Knock Farrel and an extensive Iron Age Fort on its summit.

The views from the ridge are quite spectacular.
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2. Loch Kinellan and Strathpeffer circuit


2. Loch Kinellan and Strathpeffer circuit

Explore the woods and hills to the north of Strathpeffer on this enjoyable circuit that returns via Loch Kinellan and its crannog.

More information can be found on the walk highlands website

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3. Rogie Falls circuit, near Contin


3. Rogie Falls circuit, near Contin

This short but very popular walk descends through varied forestry down to the Blackwater River to visit the impressive Rogie Falls. The falls are well seen from a dramatic suspension bridge, whilst across the far side an artificial channel allows salmon to bypass the main cascade

Pleas refer to the walkhighlands website for more information

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4. Ben Wyvis, near Garve


4. Ben Wyvis, near Garve

For the more adventurous, Ben Wyvis is a vast and sprawling mountain whose isolated position makes it the dominating feature of a wide area of the Highlands. The ascent to its spacious plateau is a simple walk in good summer conditions by Munro standards and there are very extensive views from the summit.

Please refer to the walhhighlands website for advise on directions and winter saftey

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