About Glencoe Lochan
The woodland was planted by Lord Strathcona in the nineteenth century in an attempt to recreate the Pacific NorthWest for his homesick native-American wife. A lochan nestles in the centre of the wood surrounded by majestic conifers and rugged mountains.
Fishing - The Fishery is curently closed. For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Glencoe Lochan Phototrail is now online on the Fieldfare Trust website. Phototrails provides detailed accessibility information for trails throughout the UK.
How to get there:
Glencoe Lochan is part of Glencoe. Glencoe is the nearest town or village.
Turn off the A82(T) at Glencoe village. Pass through the village and over the River Coe bridge. The entrance to the woodland is signposted on your left a short distance later.
OS Grid Reference: NN1059
For details of public transport visit http://www.travelinescotland.com
Start your visit from:Glencoe Lochan car park