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April 27, 2008 - Dunoon, United Kingdom

Pucks Glen Walk

Pucks Glen, one of the most famous walks on the Cowal Peninsula, begins from the Forestry Commission Car Park at Pucks Glen. The first impression people have when entering Puck's Glen is they have wandered into an enchanted kingdom where at any moment they may come face to face with a wood - sprite or other magical creature from the ancient world of Faery. A waymarked path, originally constructed by the Younger family to lead to a folly on the hill, (now constructed in the Benmore Botanic Gardens), continues uphill, through a mixed woodland planted by the Estate in 1870. The steep, narrow gorge is interwoven with waterfalls and shallow rock pools spanned by arched wooden bridges.


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