A Wild Flowers in Highland Perthshire
Getting there: Four miles up a minor road from Roy Bridge, which is 13 miles east of Fort William on the A86 road. Bus and train services from Fort William to Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge. You can also hire bikes in Fort William and Spean Bridge.
Visitor facilities: Car park and viewpoint with interpretive panel. No formal paths but you can see the Parallel Roads and other key features from the public road.
Contact:Reserve Manager, SNH, The Governor\'s House, The Parade, Fort William PH33 6BA Tel: 01397 704716.
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Highland Perthshire stretches North along the A9 from Pitlochry in the South to Aviemore in the North. To the East is the main bulk of the Cairngorms National Park and to the North-West the area incorporates Glencoe and Loch Leven and to the South-west Loch Rannoch, Loch Tummel and Loch Tay. Significant towns include Aberfeldy, Killiecrankie, Kenmore and Dunkeld