The path is waymarked and well defined, with a few small ascents and descents on a route. There are a picnic bench and interpretation boards near the car park and a viewing point with a seat on course.
The walk provides an excellent opportunity to explore the mixed ground flora and the wealthy bryophytic and lichen communities associated with the oceanic deciduous woodland.
You could park at the lay by the/car park, on the southeast of A861, just south of Salen. Go through the gate, and then keep left where the path diverges to a small hill. The route then descends providing excellent views of Loch Sunart through the trees. You can extend your hike by crossing the A861 and joining the Alphabet Trail.
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