Sitting on 57,000 acres of conserved wilderness, The Corrour Estate provides an unparalleled opportunity to experience the wilderness of the Scottish Highlands.
The woodland around Loch Ossian was planted by Sir John Stirling-Maxwell, one of the founders of Forestry Commission, between the 1890s and 1930s using over 70 new tree species and planting techniques.
The only way to reach Corrour is by train or foot as there is no public road to this very remote place deep in the Highlands of Scotland. It’s one of the longer walks but the solitude and untouched scenery make it well worth the trip.
Locate the Tree Trail Stamp: TBC
Corrour Estate, Estate Office, by Fort William, Inverness-Shire, PH30 4AA
Open all year round.
More Info at: http://www.corrour.co.uk/