Explore the most popular forest trails in United Kingdom with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This walk was very beautiful. We went anti-clockwise.

However, we went on a scorching bank holiday Monday and the place was PACKED. Also, be aware that the route shown on this app requires a walk across stepping stones through a shallow river. I can't imagine the stones being a challenge for anyone out walking, but today, because of the queue, it took about 20 min to cross. we ended up walking 5 min back down the trail across a bridge and back up on the far bank. The people in front of us in the queue had still not crossed!

All this to say, it's a stunning walk, with a variety of scenery, a river, woods, open fields and small but challenging changes in elevation. I can only imaging how nice it would be on a crisp winter morning (not the hottest bank holiday Monday since records began!!)

Beautiful area with lovely views. Easy walk on good terrain. Perfect family trip.

2 days ago

just beautiful

Lovely view on good weather.

very short but good for an evening after work to see the tree and the local deer

4 days ago

Fabulous walk and views

Beautiful walk. Amazing scenery

This is a relatively easy and pleasant walk that includes open views and short wooded areas. The pathway is predominately tarmac although you can choose to walk on short grass at many parts. It is used for walking, running and cycling. Most users are spatially aware and considerate but it can be busy on dry weekends.
You can choose a variety of alternative paths, mostly woodland, that increases the rise and fall and difficulty level.

5 days ago

Great view at the top. Steep climb for the last 30 minutes of summit.

Nice easy walk. Some nice valley scenery along the way to the falls.

Whinlatter red routes are my favourite in the north lakes region

A great walk! Didn’t do the whole stretch from Balloch...instead got a relative to drop me off on the way to Balloch and hiked in a logging road that appears on the trail map as the black dotted line that ends at Craigendoran. That route took about 2 hours up and over Ben Bouie - a mountain of about a 1000ft or so...from which you get really lovely views of the Clyde and Helensburgh as well as on the way up Loch Lomond and the islands. As usual when hill walking in Scotland expect rain out of nowhere! The downhill part toward Craigendoran led through some lovely forest with rich ferns and babbling brooks and some giant slugs!! :) My 11 year old hiking buddy loved those!! Easy to spot from the huge glistening trail of goo they leave behind them!! Assuming you get some sun! ;) A great day and a nice walk into Craigendoran along some beautiful old stone walls, sheep and horse farms and typical Argyll and Bute country charm! When done head into Helensburgh and grab a 99 ice cream cone from Dino’s cafe! Stick with the vanilla!! Believe me!! It’s amaaaazing!! Best I’ve ever had! And then walk Helensburgh’s lovely seashore and boardwalk toward Rhu Spit (point)...and keep watch for washed up jelly fish and a seal that occasionally adorns the Helensburgh pier! Honestly just a lovely town and a great day of walking!

it a good thing to have

9 days ago

Had a great walk with the kids
Went only by the river though

Nice forest walk
Had a stop at the station cafe due to rain
On our way back finding the way was not easy

Hard going if you're not used to hiking in parts.

started at Donard car park and cut through the forest . the trail is well marked out . It's climb all the way on rocks and stones. up onto steps to get to the saddle and a beautiful stone wall built in 1910 . the climb to the summit is very tough on the legs . hard gradient . coming down is a bit slow at summit . the rest is doddle

14 days ago

very easy to moderate trail! lovely views.

Fantastic route. Well made and easy to follow. It also drains well so not too muddy most of the time.

beautiful views and a lovely hike

Family friendly. Kids enjoyed it.

22 days ago

Breathtaking views, nice gentle hike.

First time at landegla twas a blarrst hard climbs tho

23 days ago

Epic views, and not too strenuous.

Nice and easy walk! Must go to the beach and enjoy the view!

We started our visit to Fort Augustus with this easy walk through the hills. The start leads you through some sheep paddocks then up into the scenic hills overlooking the Loch Ness!

1 month ago

Very good walk and very simple, perfect for family’s


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