Craigellachie National Nature Reserve Walk
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Start Point Details
Ordnance Survey Grid Ref NH895123
Latitude 57.188144 Longitude -3.829941
Postcode PH22 1PD
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Walking in the Cairngorms National Park, which was formed in 2003 to protect the unique aspects of the area, offers some of the great walks of Scotland. It is the UK's largest national park with a large mountain range at its heart with diverse communities around it. The habitat offers a secure haven for many of Britain's rarest bird, animal and plant species. Forests include remnants of the original Caledonian pine forest which contrast with large areas of heather moorland to foster ecological diversity. Of particular interest to hill walkers is that four of Scotland's five highest peaks can be found in this National Park where the arctic wilderness is the largest example of arctic mountain landscape in the British Isles. Cairngorms Walking Guide
Highland is an administrative area which contains most of the Scottish Highlands. It is sparsely populated and contains some of the finest scenery in the British Isles. High Mountains, deep glens and lochs contain many great walks. The area includes Ben Nevis the highest mountain in the UK. The area also includes part of the Cairngorm National Park, an area of high mountains, and glorious Isle of Skye.
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