A Nature & Ancient Sites in The Trossachs
- The Trossachs
- Nature Site
Achray Forest sits astride the Duke's Pass between Loch Achray and the Trossachs to the north and Aberfoyle to the south. Much of the Duke's Pass is lined with beautiful birch and oak woodland. The birch are amongst the first trees to put on their autumn show, producing a beautiful mosaic of gold, bronze and brown. Perched above Aberfoyle on the very edge of the Highlands, the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre is the ideal place to start your visit to the forest, and appreciate the arrival of autumn.
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The Trossachs is an area of outstanding beauty that is easiest accessed via the M9 motorway to Stirling and through the town of Callander or by driving North from Glasgow and in to the Loch Lomond National Park. Beautiful scenery and lovely walking can be found with an information centre called the Trossachs Discovery Centre to be found on Aberfoyle's main street.