Glenmore Forest Park
At the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, with Loch Morlich at its centre, Glemore has some superb stands of ancient Caledonian pines. This is a good place to see crested titis and crossbills.
This magnificant forest park at the foot of the Cairngorm mountains is well known for its Caledonian pinewoods, now in the process of being restored. A highlight of the park is the pine-fringed Loch Morlich with its wide sandy beach. Another gem is the Pass of Ryvoan with its ancient pine trees and a green lochan here you’ll find a delightful trail that winds it way along the juniper clad hillside, a good spot for primroses in the spring.
The park has an extensive network of forest trails, superb rof walking, mountain biking and, in winter, for cross country skiing.
Contact and Information
Visitor Centre: Daily, 9.00am – 5.00pm