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Glenbranter Forest

Glenbranter Forest is part of the Argyll Forest Park, a magnificent stretch of rugged hill country that was established in 1935 as the first Forest Park for public use in Britain.

In 1921, land was leased from musician and farmer Sir Harry Lauder. The village was built for forest workers in the 1950s and behind the houses, on the site of the original estate house, is the car park marking the start of three circular walks. You'll also find three cycle tracks and one mountain bike track.

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