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Barnluasgan

Barnluasgan unmanned visitor centre provides the ideal starting point for walks and cycling in the famous knap and dale landscape of this National Scenic Area. Much of the Knapdale area is protected through Site of Special Scientific Interest or Caledonian Forest Reserve status and Barnluasgan serves as the gateway to Kapdale and all the wildlife viewing opportunities within. The All-ability improved access Wildlife Trail beside the Loch at Barnluasgan is ideal for accompanied wheelchair users and families with young children. Knapdale is full of historic and archaeological sites, the ancient Castle Dounie, Arichonan Township or the ruins of the water mill at Kilmory Oib are the evidence of man's past in Knapdale. Both the freshwater and sea lochs of Knapdale are a haven for wildlife. Seals, otters and porpoises can often be seen from the shores of Loch Sween or the Sound of Jura. Arichonan Township or the ruins of the water mill at Kilmory Oib are the evidence of man's past in Knapdale. Both the freshwater and sea lochs of Knapdale are a haven for wildlife. Seals, otters and porpoises can often be seen from the shores of Loch Sween or the Sound of Jura.
T: 1546602518
E: west.argyll.fd@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
W: www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland
A: On the B8025 , at the junction to Achnamara, Argyll, A1
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