Glenmore Forest Park
Glenmore provides opportunities for walking,cycling,cross-country skiing (Winter) and bird-watching in the forest or simply relaxing in the peaceful atmosphere of the pinewoods.
An introduction to orienteering pack (Trail-O) is available in the Visitor Centre for £2.50. All abilities trails are available. See below for details on mobility scooters.
Watersports, fishing, canoeing and sailing are available on Loch Morlich (Summer).
There is camping and caravaning on the Forest Holidays campsite opposite the Visitor Centre.
Glenmore Visitor Centre
The Visitor Centre offers a forest shop with an attractive range of gift items to suit everyone, especially pocket money items for children. There are also toilet facilities.
An Audio-visual presentation and displays tell the story of the native pinewoods and restoration. There are information touch screens, including childrens' games.
Our staff will be on hand to provide first hand information about the Forest Park, its trails and the recreation facilities it holds. Trail maps are available at £1.00 each.
Parking fees apply to all the car parks at a daily rate of £2.00. The ticket is transferable to all Forest Park car parks.
Mor @ Glenmore
The quality and diversity of Scotland's natural ingredients and range of locally made products enables Mor to create interesting and healthy dishes, served with pleasure.
Our great food and coffee, delicious home baking, welcoming and attentive service are perfect for any occasion.
The view from Mor's terrace is really spectacular and a perfect accompaniment to the food.
A great place to rest those weary legs!
A selection of our menu is also available to takeaway.
(Opening hours: Breakfast 9.30am - 11.30am, Lunch 11.30am - 3.30pm)
Ancient Pine Forest
Glenmore contains some of the best preserved areas of ancient Caledonian Pine Forest in the country. This type of woodland formerly covered much of Scotland but, due to large-scale fellings during the 1st World War and earlier for charcoal, farming and shipbuilding, little of this once vast forest remains.
Only about 80 hectares (197 acres) of this pristine Pine, Juniper and Birch woodland survive in Glenmore, though work to restore another 1000 hectares is well underway through the removal of exotic tree species and encouraging native species to regenerate.
The 'Glen With More' booklet is available at £3.99 from the forest shop providing the history of the Glen.
Useful contact numbers:-
Loch Morlich Watersports - 01479 861221
Forest Holidays Campsite - 0845 130 8224 (central booking); 01479 861271 (local)
Mobility Scooters - Badenoch and Strathspey Community Transport Company - 01479 810004 (office hours only)
Glenmore Forestry Commission
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