Our footpaths

Ceum an Aitinn (‘kame un AHTCH-in’) the juniper path

916m (approx ½ mile) | Allow 30 minutes | All-access

A great low-level circular path taking you past lush juniper, hidden burns, signs of past people and a chorus of birdsong.

Accessibility: A wide, semi-bound surfaced path with an optional short and moderately steep there-and-back detour to a waterfall viewpoint.

Ceum an Daraich (‘kame un DAR-ich’) the oak path

1.2km (approx ¾ mile) | Allow 45 minutes | Moderate

A circular route passing by our tree nursery, sìthichean (fairies), ancient oaks, and mature regenerating woodland dripping with mosses and lichens.

Accessibility: Wide, semi-bound surfaced path with several short, moderately steep sections.

Ceum a’ Ghiuthais (‘kame uh YOO-ish’) the pine path

2.2km (1 ¾ miles) | Allow 1 hour 30 minutes | Strenuous

Really explore Dundreggan through woodland to open moorland with views over one of our planting areas and shieling remains, before returning downhill past regenerating trees, wood ant nests and fragrant bog myrtle.

Accessibility: A steep, rough and often narrow path, with frequent obstacles and boggy patches. Caution: some burn (stream) crossings may be impassable after rain.

Ceum a Fhraoich (‘kame un ROEU-ich’) the heather path

4km (2 ½ miles) | Allow 2 hours | Strenuous

A circular route passing stands of old pines to open moorland with glorious views of Glenmoriston.

Accessibility: Rocky, steep, rough but wide track winding up toward the base of Binnilidh Bheag. It is possible to reach this summit across rough, pathless ground. Caution: some burn (stream) crossings may be impassable after rain.