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Walking/Dogs

There are of course lots of beaches to walk along in the area as well as lots of forestry walks and cycle tracks.  Have a look at my local map of where to walk and cycle. 

The Islands are really good to visit and ferries are dog friendly, all Calmac Ferries have dog friendly areas to sit in. 

There is a laminated copy in your holiday let, but perhaps print of one before you come to fold into a pocket.  Please keep dogs on leads when walking through livestock and leave gates as you find them.  There are loads of forest walks to do as well.  I've listed a few of the forests that are near us but it's worth having a look at the Forestry Commission's website if you are going further afield or to check whether there are any restrictions due to forestry operations.

Fearnoch Forest  - 3.1m (5km) away, along A85 towards Oban


Glen Nant  - 4.2m 6.8km) away, head back into village, and take the turn off to Kilchrenan 


Beinn Lora  - 9.8m away (15.8km), take A85 towards Oban and follow A828


Sutherlands Grove - 14.7m (23.7km), take A85 towards Oban and follow A828


Barnaline - 17m (27.4km),  head back into village, and take the turn off to Kilchrenan 


Cruachan - 17.8m (28.6km),  head back into village, and take the turn off to Kilchrenan 


Glen Creran - 21.5m (34.6km),  take A85 towards Oban and follow A828, once you've gone over the bridge at Dallachulish, turn right at the roundabout.