Puck's Glen

Local namePuck's Glen
LocationScotland, United Kingdom

Puck's Glen is a river-formed ravine on the Cowal peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, with a popular scenic walking trail beside the Eas Mòr stream. It comes under the Forestry Commission which highlights it as a feature of the Argyll Forest Park, and describes it as "One of the most magical forests in Scotland, with a delightful trail along a rocky gorge."The stream tumbles down a series of waterfalls and rapids, joining the River Eachaig about 1.2 kilometres south of the entrance to the Benmore Botanic Garden. A car park off the A815 road gives access by a track to the foot of the glen path, as well as forest paths giving an alternative route to the top of the glen.

Tags Scenic RouteStreamSpringHidden Gem
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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puck's_Glen

Address (Unnamed Road), PA23 8, United Kingdom

Coordinates 56°0'48.247" N -4°57'45.941" E

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