A woodland walk just off the A9 on the Black Isle side of the Kessock Bridge. A great off lead walk for dogs.
No facilities at the main car park although if you're heading south you can park in the council car park just before you get on the Kessock Bridge. There's toilets here but access to the walk is up a steep rough path. If you go into nearby Munlochy, there's a dog friendly pub called the Allangrange Arms where they serve great food and real ale (they are opening bedrooms shortly but I don't know if they will be dog friendly - best checking beforehand if you want to stay there).
At the Forestry Commision car park there are no waste bins but there are some at the council car park.
Circular walk is approx. 2.5 miles and is mapped out by the forestry commission although it is shorter if you just want to walk up to the view point (sign posted) and back.
If you do the circular walk it's 2.5 miles on a rough pathway which is very rutted and bumpy in places so may no longer be wheelchair friendly. You can walk up steps and a path to the viewpoint overlooking the Moray Firth.
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