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Reelig Glen

Reelig Glen Wood is a mixture of old conifer and broadleaved trees, set in a narrow, steep-sided glen with the Moniack Burn running through its midst. This old policy woodland had been in the same family of Frasers for some 500 years until it was sold to the Forestry Commission in 1949. The present character of Reelig Glen owes much to James Baillie Fraser (1783 - 1856) who planted many of the trees which are found here today. The name Reelig is thought to be derived from the Gaelic word for burial ground - a possible reference to a site in nearby Reelig House. At the top end of the forest trail, look out for the 19th century stone bridge and grotto which were based on works admired by the owner while travelling on the continent. The stone bridge is noted for its very shallow arch.
T: 01463 791575
A: Approximately 10 minutes from Inverness, take the A862 west towards Beauly and after 8 miles, turn l, Inverness, 00
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