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Highland Titles Nature Reserve, Duror
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Take one of the numerous scenic hikes at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, a reserve combination of woods, moors, and mountains with two man-made lakes. The ancient semi-natural woodlands feature silver birches, willows, oaks, alders, and rowan. A rest area provides benches, picnic tables, and viewpoints towards the lake. Herons and ducks will keep you company, and you may also spot red deer, roe deer, foxes, badgers, European pine martens, and red squirrels. Rent a 4WD to tour the entire area. For Highland Titles Nature Reserve and beyond, use our Duror itinerary builder to get the most from your Duror vacation.
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My eldest daughter bought me a small plot and Highland title a few years ago at the Highland Titles Nature Reserve in Gleemcoe and I made it one of the 'must see' destinations on my visit to the UK fr... read more »
One of the Highlights of our trip! Our family purchased a square foot piece of land for our 80 year old mother. We loved our tour and the conservation efforts they are doing here. We even purchased mo... read more »
good place to spend a few hours walking about even if your not a landowner. The place is well kept and has some terrific views once you reach the top of the hill. Ideal settings for a picnic with benc... read more »
Visited this during my trip to Scotland after seeing it advertised at a campsite in Glencoe and reading many five star glowing reviews on the internet. To say I was disappointed would be a serious understatement, this is nothing more than a hyped up commercial forest with the bits in between the cash crop trees given some token planting of other species. It's a nice enough walk but nothing special. There are much better easier to get to places like Glencoe Lochan and round about the Glencoe Visitor Center in the area. I certainly would not make a special trip to see it, and I sure won't be going back.
Have visited my wee plot twice since I bought it in 2010. Good to see the improvements over the years. Especially more birds. Also good to see the new lochan stocked with fish and productive.
Absolutely unforgettable day out. Our guide was Stewart who lives locally and was great. He took us on a tour around the reserve in his buggy and stopped often to explain all the work they had done to transform what was a neglected piece of woodland into a nature reserve full of wildlife. We all loved it and could not be happier with the way the day turned out. We plan to come back next year on our way through to Skye.
Enjoyed my experience visiting my plot and getting an education around the goal of Highland Titles Nature Reserve.
Dave DastutnichtszursacheAs so far only co-owner on the paper, I could see around me for the first time in the summer 2016 on-site and can only say: a dream of landscape! Lush green everywhere, dark forests, humid swamps, hills full of purple Heather, a small river, hiking trails, plenty of benches density around in peace to enjoy the views and very friendly and helpful staff. Ideal for leisure seekers, walkers, as well as flora and fauna friends of Scotland. Who is there in the vicinity, one should look over necessarily.show original
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