Barcaldine Forest area sits on the seaboard of North Argyll overlooking the Firth of Lorne, with views to the Morvern penninsula, the Isles of Mull and Lismore. The land here is well suited to forestry with groves of large specimen trees.
Cycle routes and footpaths allow visitors to explore the forest with ease through stands with a wide variety of species.
Where to start
There's further access at Eas Na Circe, but there are no waymarked trails here.
How to get there:
Benderloch is the nearest town or village.
From the south, east and west follow the A828 towards Appin and Fort William.
From the north, follow the A828 towards Oban until you reach the village of Barcaldine.
The nearest railway station is Connel.
For information regarding buses - see the link in the right hand side column.
OS Grid Reference: NM9641
For details of public transport visit http://www.travelinescotland.com
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