Wildflower Walks: The wild plants of Coille Mhór

A 5.6 mile walk in Celtic Rainforest – part of the West Coast Important Plant Area. This walk covers a mix of habitats from open moorland and loch, to shady, enchanted oak and birch woodland. This Atlantic woodland is home to a rich diversity of unique small plants that cover branches, trees and boulders. It is these moss, liverwort and lichen species that make the Celtic Rainforests of Scotland internationally important.