Strone Hill - Forestry & Land

Point Of Interest

3.7 from 2 users


Quiet riverside trails in oak and birch woodland Strone Hill is a natural resting place for travellers. In the past, drovers watered their cattle here on the long walk to markets in the south. Today it's a peaceful spot to walk your dog and picnic by the river. Two short trails allow you to stretch your legs alongside the riverbank or to an impressive viewpoint over the River Lochy falls. Waterfall Woods Trail - Wander through some lovely oak woodland around An t-Sròn to a spectacular waterfall viewpoint. 0.5 mile (0.9km) An Darach Ruadh Trail - The red oak trail follows the River Lochy down through some beautiful native oak woodland. Can you find the 'aerial tree'? 1 mile (1.7km)

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Lat: 56.403298 Lng: -4.903522

User Reviews


User 76932

Nice and private place though


User 76932

Heapssssss of midges! Couldn't go out of the van after 7pm



Nice area with tables and a bin. Couple of individual camp areas. A few walks also leave from here. No toilets.


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