Forests of the Future

I visited Loch Katrine recently and was inspired to see a 200 year vision for the future of the landscape through the creation of The Great Trossachs Forest.  The Trossachs is a part of Scotland with a rich heritage and a highly scenic landscape.  This landscape has inspired artists and writers from at least the 19th century onwards, and their work in turn has influenced the ways in which we perceive the landscapes of Scotland today.

A network of footpaths and interpretative material open up the landscape to visitors to explore and learn about the artistic and literary heritage of the woodlands.  At the mouth of Glen Finglas, is interpretation which is powered by the visitor…

Turn the handle and the voice of the past will fill the air…

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