In 1895 Lord Strathcona created this beautiful lochan and woodland for his Canadian wife Isabella, who was of Native American descent. The trail is nestled in the centre of the wood and is surrounded by majestic conifers and rugged mountains. Please note that during the visit, work was underway to improve the path so the pictures don't show a number of benches that should be installed presently. Despite a steady gradient at the start, this trail offers good access, plenty of seating and wonderful views. The trail is located just a couple of minutes drive from Glencoe village, making it a great place for a side-trip on a day out.
|OVERALL RATING: BLUE|
|Maximum Climbing Gradient:||2 - BLUE||7%|
|Maximum Descending Gradient:||1 - GREEN||-4%|
|Total Elevation Gain:||65 metres|