Great Trossachs Forest

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About The Great Trossachs Forest

The Great Trossachs Forest is a landscape scale (16,500 hectares), native woodland reestablishment and conservation project. It is a 200 year partnership project, which in just over ten years has earned itself the accolade of becoming the UK’s largest and newest (2015) National Nature Reserve. Our work is providing a space for nature and also creating a lasting legacy for future generations to continue to enjoy and experience this special landscape.

To date, partners (Woodland Trust Scotland, Forestry Commission Scotland and RSPB Scotland)along with Heritage Lottery funding have planted over 1.5 million native trees to help create a natural mosaic of native woodlands of different ages, species and densities. A host of excellent visitor facilities including two Visitor Gateways, and our extensive path network of more than 165kms of maintained trails - including our long distance path, The Great Trossachs Path – enable people to access, enjoy and appreciate nature in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

This photo tour highlights some of the special qualities of the Trossachs as well showcasing the beautiful scenery over the seasons. There are twelve panoramas to enjoy – taken on mountain tops, in ancient woodlands and by our sparkling loch shores. Come and visit to see how the sights and sounds of The Great Trossachs Forest change throughout the year.