875.07 ha (2,162.30 acres)

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A stunning glacial valley with a blanket of woodland in the very bottom. Mostly working forests, originally planted in the 1950s and 1960s for timber, and today managed by the Forestry Commission Scotland to also encourage a wider variety of tree species and create sustainable habitats for wildlife. You can see Sitka spruce, Scots pine, larch and broadleaved trees like birch along the sides of the forest streams and rivers. Tread quietly and you may see some of the wildlife here, such as red squirrel, roe deer, dipper and crossbill. Be sure to visit Corrie Fee ' a hidden gem and NNR at the end of the glen.