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Glencripesdale NNR ©Lorne Gill/SNH. For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.nature.scot

Glencripesdale Nature Reserve

Stunning views, and perhaps an otter sighting, will reward you when you make the long trek to this remote woodland.

Glencripesdale Nature Reserve sits on the south shore of the wild and untamed Loch Sunart. Its damp and shady broadleaf woodland supports a lush growth of ferns, mosses, liverworts and lichens.

The reserve is protected as part of both Sunart Site of Special Scientific Interest and Sunart Special Area of Conservation.

Scottish Natural Heritage owns and manages the reserve.

Best time to visit

April to mid-August, when the wild flowers are in bloom and woodland birds are breeding.

Facilities

The reserve has no facilities, but a forest track allows access to the woodland.

Location

Glencripesdale Nature Reserve
National Grid reference: NM 724 616

Getting there

Glencripesdale is on Loch Sunart's southern shore. Turn off the A884 at Liddesdale and continue to the end of the public road, where you can park your car. It is then 5 miles along a track to reach the woodland. The track continues for the length of the reserve.

Contact

Scottish Natural Heritage
Torlundy
Fort William
PH33 6SW

Telephone: 01463 701650

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