NatureScot Commissioned Report 519: Potential Tyndrum to Oban path – an assessment of the economic benefits
NatureScot commissioned this research to provide information on the economic benefits of the potential Tyndrum to Oban recreational route, in terms of underpinning the local economy. The Tyndrum-Oban Path would run through Dalmally, Lochawe, Taynuilt and Connel. It would be 43 or 47 miles long, depending on which option was chosen for the route at Dalmally.
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