Kilmichael Forest

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Kilmichael Forest: The main forest of Kilmichael covers over 30 square miles. Achnabreac car park is the starting point for a trail which is a 0.75 miles walk to the Achnabreac cup and ring marked rocks. Port Ann car park is the starting point to otter ferry walk which is 3 miles long and heads to the ruined village and a pier at West Otter Ferry. Glashan car park has two trails starting from the point. The red forest walk goes through the broadleaved woodland alongside the Glashan Burn, and comes out just below the Glashan Dam to return to the car park. The yellow forest walk begins to climb above the level of the dam, and in to the heart of Kilmichael forest. After a short distance the route turns away from the forest road and up towards Risby's Loch.

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Argyll, Argyll and Bute, Strathclyde, Scotland, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Glashan, Achnabreac, Port Ann

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How to get here

Car to Achnabreac

Achnabreck is about two and a half miles north of Lochilphead on the A816. Turn right on to the unsurfaced forest road which will take you about 500 metres before another right turn into the car park.

Car to Port Ann

Port Ann is five miles west along the A83 from Lochgilphead. The car park is on the south side of the road just opposite the entrance to Port Ann village.

Car to Glashan

From Lochgilphead:
Follow the A83 through Lochgair. The road leadling to Glashan is on the left about 200m beyond Lochgair power station.

Form Inveraray:
Follow the A83 through Minard. Glashan is about seven miles beyond Minard.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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