This short but sweet circuit walk boasts some of the tallest trees in Scotland. Leading visits through the old conifer and broadleaved woodland of Reelig Glen, this is a popular walk near Inverness. Ideal for families, this sheltered location makes it a good choice in any weather. This magical location is a hidden gem, with peaceful woodland walks and gorgeous greenery.
Impressive beech trees in a calm forest
Discover some of Scotland’s tallest trees at Reelig Glen
If you’re a fan of nature walks, then this lovely trek through will immediately enchant you. Start off beside a calming flowing river in this beautiful woodland near Inverness.
Home to the UK’s tallest Douglas Fir, this hour-long trek is perfect for those who are new to walking. According to Forestry and Land Scotland, these looming trees soar above you to a height of about 170 feet (50 metres).
Why not leave the rat race behind by talking a saunter through the enchanting forest. Visitors will be able to enjoy magical moments spotting remarkable firs, cedars and spruces. Also, don’t forget to arch your neck to catch a glimpse of some of the tallest trees in Scotland!
A stunning stroll beside a rumbling river
How to access Reelig Glen
The Reelig Glen Highland walk can be accessed in Moniack, Inverness. From Inverness, take the A862 west towards Beauly. After about 6½ miles (10.5 km), turn left onto a minor road signposted to Moniack and Clunes. Take a left fork after a long straight stretch of road and continue for another ½ mile (800 metres) mile to reach the small car park. When using a sat nav, IV5 7PR is the nearest postcode.
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