Cycleway/footpath (start at NN570322 opposite the war memorial at the entrance to Killin). Conifer plantation, Birch woodland and open rides. Birds include Bullfinch, Goldcrest, Coal Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker and Woodcock.
Owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Car park (NN575333), nature trail, mountain footpaths, visitor centre (open in the summer months). Boots, full waterproofs, map and compass are required for the higher paths
The woodland has footpaths, interpretation leaflets, picnic tables and car park (NN344292). There is newly planted native woodland (mainly Scot's Pine and Downy Birch), acid grassland, heath, mire and a small kettle-hole lochan.
Wildlife in Perthshire and the Trossachs. Red Squirrels - These creatures are native to Britain , but there are only about 140,000 left (at a rough estimate) compared to over 2.5 millions grey squirrels