About Glen Garry Native Pine Wood
Please note, Alt na Cailliche long path is currently closed due to a badly damaged bridge, however work is underway to build a new bridge and a new section of path, which will take several months to be completed (Updated 15th August 2012)
The pinewoods are part of the Caledonian Reserves that have been designated by Europe for protection and restoration. The pinewood is part of the larger Glengarry Forest area and as such is surrounded by other tree species including broadleaves and conifers.
How to get there:
Invergarry is the nearest town or village.
Invergarry is situated at the junction of the A82 and the A87. It is approximately 25 miles north of Fort William and 43 miles south of Inverness.
Once in Invergarry follow the road through for about two miles and you will see our signs. The entrance is on the left.
OS Grid Reference: NH282006
For details of public transport visit http://www.travelinescotland.com
Start your visit from:Ciste Dubh Car park
Alt na Cailliche car park