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Faskally Wood, Pitlochry
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  • This is an annual event with a different theme each year. This year is was called "Shimmer". A walk through the wood reveals brilliant colour changing lights and light movements. There are food outlet...  more »
  • So we went to see the festival lights. £50 it cost for 2 adults and child. It was fantastically organised. Bus pick up from pitlochry was gr8. The walk was good. But think i expected more for the pric...  more »
  • Autumn is an incredible time of year to visit. The colours are absolutely spectacular. Stunning. You'll find yourself walking for hours in awe 
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  • If you have a long journey to get there then I suggest you book early. Once you arrive at the pick up point, it's a struggle to find a parking space. The booking time they give you is more of a guide... I booked for 9 but it was closer to 930 before we got on the bus and this is due to the cue system they have there... Don't ask me how it works cos I have no clue. When you do finally get there it is quite impressive to see, the way the forest is all lit up is spectacular but you soon realise that after 150 yards nothing is different... Don't get me wrong, I like a tree lit up by a coloured light just as much as the next guy but it's very repetitive... VERY. What I will say is they have spread throughout the forest maybe half a dozen or so "light shows" each with an 80s keyboard soundtrack attached to them, now most aren't too spectacular but there are 3 which if you pay attention they are really quite impressive. All in all, I would recommend going if you lived near... You were staying in a hotel close by, you have kids or you fancy seeing something different. And like me... You'll only go once.
  • The Enchanted Forest was surprisingly good. Great main light show. The wonderfully pleasant and helpful staff still managed to outshine everything.
  • Beautiful area, particularly in autumn. Nice forest walks, picnic area, fishing, public toilets, parking.
  • Went from Glasgow to visit the Enchanted Forest and I was very pleased. Totally worth it!
  • Gorgeous place Enchanted forest... amazing!