A great way to ensure you get the best out of a trip to this beautiful part of the country is to hop aboard a small group tour.

A road runs along one side of the loch which will take you some good swimming spots, but I had a different route in mind.

A short sharp descent brings you back onto the path you headed out on.

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An added element are metal mirror finished sculptures nestling within the woodland that reflect light and landscape back at you in human form.

And if you don't catch one, you'll be impressed by the ospreys as they easily catch their prey.

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As well as enjoying your time on land, you can also get on the water.

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As you journey through the tunnel, you'll see a fascinating array of tropical species, including sharks, tropical fish, and stingrays.

As you pass the co-op, the road branches right up a hill.

At the bottom of the canyon, you can simply stand on the red rocks and admire the beauty of the canyon and it's moss-covered red rock walls or you can kick off your shoes and join the others wading in the shallow water up and down the canyon.

At the top you can see all the peaks and valleys around and it made for a pleasant spot to have our packed lunch.

Audio visual exhibits introduce you to the forest park with displays, exhibitions, resident craftsmen, cafeteria, wheelchair access, picnic sites and toilet facilities.

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Before long, you will see breaks in the trees leading down to small beaches along the shores.

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CCTV feeds show you the favourite spots of the local wildlife you might spot the wild deer water voles or red squirrels that call the forest home.

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Exceptionally beautiful, but terrible road in parts.

Flying over historic woodland you will love the unprecedented, seasonal views of the hills, valleys and Highlands.

Follow this trail, which can be a bit muddy in bits in the wet seasons, until you see a car park to your left about a mile up the road.

From here you head on the path to the right.

From here, you can pick up a range of leaflets and guides to help you find your way around.

From here, you can take the lochside path for a mile until reaching a crag called Rob Roy's prison.

Here, you can learn all about the forest and its wildlife and plan your route, whether you are walking, cycling or driving.

However long you have, this gorgeous area offers so much whatever the season and is well worth a visit.

I feint track though the trees soon takes you out into open ground where you head steeply downhill, the tyres struggling for grip as you brake on the wet grass.

Ideally you want proper hiking shoes and even hiking poles for such a walk, but it can be completed without either.

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If you are looking for an adventure that will live with you and your tribe forever, you've arrived at the right place.

If you are looking for the home comforts that include a wood burning stove and a hot tub, then stay at our peaceful cabin location, which sits with in the park boundaries and has mountain and loch views.

If you are on the bus, take the path and cycle trail to the Visitor Centre.

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If you intend to be more adventurous and head for the hills and mountains and mountains remember: take a good map and compass.

If you keep walking, you keep running into new beaches.

If you like the outdoors there are plenty of activities here: you can go hillwalking, kayaking, archery, mountain biking, wild camping and much more.

If you like the sound of the zip wires and would rather skip the obstacles in between, our Zip Line Experience may be the activity for you.

If you like to keep things a little easier, pop in your car and enjoy the seven mile long Forest Drive which takes you past three gorgeous lochs.

If you prefer to watch the wildlife rather than emulate them, then you are still in luck.

If you want a birds eye view of the forest or to leap through the canopy like a red squirrel, then this is the place to be.

If you want to know what birds, animals and trees may been seen in the area visit the Activities Page and look at the Nature section.

If you want to stretch your legs and your map reading skills, you can try out the orienteering routes.

If you're after a quiet, inexpensive break, you cant look.

If you're lucky, you may glimpse seven or eight squirrels feeding on the permanent feeders.

In the event that you are quick to fill your lungs with the freshest of air, get out on the town and investigate with a farmland walk, a swing in the trees or rent a bicycle and get off road.

In the winter you can even explore the wilderness and discover the wildlife that inhabit the mountain tops.

Indulge yourself in natures own beauty while you surround yourself with stunning highland wilderness and wildlife.

It appears to end when you arrive at a boat dock, but keep hugging the coast and you see the trail continues as a proper walking trail.

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It's a feast for the eyes whatever the season and theres so much to see and do whether you want to just soak up the view, stroll or swing through the trees or take a steamship on a legendary loch.

It's a sharp hike up road then up to the top of one of the hills, then you can traverse across lots of the hilltops, drop down to walk around the two reservoirs.

It's a very short walk to a set of stairs which take you down to the canyon floor below.

It's not too bad though and once you are at the top it's nearly all downhill for the last 3 kilometres.

It's one way to guarantee you'll see some wildlife and where else will you see Star Wars Squirrels?

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Just to the west of the visitor centre you can pick up the cycling and walking trails..

Keep going till you see the sign on your left.

Keep on until you eventually reach a viewpoint on the right with a strategically placed seat.

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Keep your eyes peeled for some unusual woodland sculptures too.

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Look out for an aqueduct as you go the trail passes beneath it.

Look out for red squirrels and crossbills as you make your way through the woods.

Lose yourself along the forest trails, looking for butterflies, red squirrels and red and roe deer.

Much loved by Victorians who loved its romanticism, it was a popular spot for visitors and today you can follow in their footsteps aboard the centuryold steamship from which you can truly experience the loch and landscape.

On a clear day, you can also see a series of rolling hills in the distance.

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On the off chance that you like to kick back and unwind, loosen up by the pool or appreciate an alleviating spa treatment.

On the other side of the ford, the route is a bit uncertain, as there looks to be a Y junction, but the main track is to the left and heads uphill to another gate that takes you back into the forest.

One of the most beautiful places on the planet, so tranquil if you go out of season you have the place all to yourself.

Only 12 people are allowed per trip, so you may need to wait a while.

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Or you can sit on the terrace of the cafe and scan the forests and hills.

Plenty of fire roads, but there is a fair amount of proper singletrack too, just search for it and you will find it.

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Speed Climbing will get your competitive juices flowing as you race a friend up a 9m wall.

Start your visit at visitor centre to get your bearings and from which you can walk the easier trails, take a peek in the wildlife hide keep an eye out for osprey, buzzards, peregrines, red squirrel, deer and badgers and get all the information you'll need to explore further afield.

Stay on this road until you reach the bridge at the waterfall and retrace your steps to the visitor centre.

Tackle tree to tree crossings on 23 different loops with a zip wire to bring you back down onto the forest floor.

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The long distance footpath also passes through so you can pick this up to head deeper into the forest.

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The area is rich in animals, birds, insects and plants, so listen out for chattering woodland birds and watch for darting deer as you wind through the conifers.

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The impressive visitor centre allows you to get up close to a wide range of wildlife with live CCTV viewing.

The last, big Tarzan jump is so scary but you have to do it.

The park also offers pony treks along shady trails or gentle mountain ascents and there are many waymarked paths for you to explore the surrounding area.

The priory was built in 1283 and considering much of the structure is over 700 years old, it's in really good shape, giving you a great feel for what the buildings and church must have looked like.

The road is easy to follow and once past the forestry commission buildings turns into a dirt road and you are into the forest.

The route takes you past the castle which is hidden and on towards the bridge.

The star of the show is undoubtedly the osprey, which arrive in spring and pair up with their mates, but you can also see eagles, peregrines, badgers, rutting deer, and the native red squirrel so rare elsewhere in Britain these days.

The track heads away from the forest road and through the trees before reaching a gate that takes you out into open countryside.

The trail will descend to the bottom of the canyon, but it isn't quite as showy here, but at least you will get a good taste of the canyons red water without the wait.

The trees clear a bit when you reach the shores, allowing views of the hills surrounding the lake.

The trees have thinned a bit by this point and once over the bridge you get a wee crazy zigzag path up to the front of the pumping station.

The visitor center has a wildlife watch room, where you can follow the activities of everything from ospreys to water voles.

The walking trail leads you through a forest while hugging the beautiful shoreline.

There are also unusual seats and shelters where you can catch your breath and enjoy the views.

There is a watersports centre on the lochside where you can hire boats.

There's a picnic site and toilets here too if you fancy a break to soak up the incredible scenery.

Theres a resting point at the end, where you can watch woodland birds, red squirrels and, if you're lucky, spot an osprey fishing in the summer.

Theres a squirrel hide at the visitor centre where you can sit and watch the Red Squirrels and, if you are lucky, some Pine Martins.

These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby. Want to see if theres another route that gets you there at an earlier time?

This 3 mile circular walk take you around the trail from the excellent visitor centre.

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This gives you a chance to bound through the trees like a squirrel, and you can enjoy a whole new perspective on the forest.

This is a great place for a picnic and you can watch for waterbirds and perhaps even an osprey fishing.

This is mostly out in the open and returns you to a position about the bridge.

This is part of the Victorian water supply and you can see one of the pumping stations up ahead.

This isn't a walk for everyone but it was enjoyable and and there is always a sense of satisfaction from the thrill of reaching the top and reflecting on what you achieved. The top for us was only 1,009 feet high and this may seem like a small climb, but for us it was a fun and rewarding challenge.

This route is best run in an anticlockwise direction if you want to do the single track descent.

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This was like a wooden arch where you pulled at the ropes and rang bells, making all sorts of musical sounds.

Turn right and you are back on course.

Unless you plan on going much further than we did, we'd recommend turning around after the bathrooms.

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Very affordable break if you have a tent

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Very beautiful and immersive, but quite a tricky path if you are not so mobile.

Views from just outside the village.

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Watch out for jays and crossbills in the trees as you go and look for damselflies near the lochan.

Watch the ospreys and other wildlife up close at the visitor centre.

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We have a wildlife room were you can watch live and recorded footage of Ospreys and Squirrels.

We have an onsite cafe inside the visitor centre where you can grab a bite to eat.

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We suggest that you keep walking until your kids need a break, then stop at the next beach for a well-deserved break and some fun on the sand.

We took the red route, a circuit trail which is just under 7 kilometers long and takes around 1 12 hours to complete depending on how many photo and sniffing stops you factor in en route.

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When it is time for a break from your exploring, there is a lovely cafe on site where you can get a snack or a hot meal.

When the road forks at a junction keep left, continuing uphill until you reach a crossroads.

When you reach the activity centre, the track forks.

Whether it's spending a week on a beach, taking a city break or climbing a mountain, you will find inspiration for your next trip here.

Whether you come for the peace and quiet, or for an activity filled day, this beautiful park is unforgettable.

Whether you're an experienced golfer looking for a challenge or you just want to enjoy a leisurely 9 holes, you have plenty of choice.

Within these acres, you can find mountains, loch woods forests and moorlands.

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You are now back on the road you started on.

You don't even need your own bike as you can hire one at the pier before you board the boat.

You don't need to download an individual bus app or train app.

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You pay when you get on the island.

You should wear sensible clothes that you don't mind getting muddy.

You soon come to the junction where the first navigational error was made, so you know you don't have far to go before you reach the gate and make the final right turn to head into the car park.

You soon get your first views as the trees to your left clear, and then you come across another small burn which can be easily crossed.

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Will you spot the mirage foxes, a mirrored eagle and some brave red squirrels fighting back against the greys?

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