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Circular walk in the Ledmore and Migdale Woodland Trust Reserve

By Julian Paren

With a day to spare when visiting Dornoch I took the opportunity to visit the Woodland Trust Reserve of Ledmore and Migdale. I had no set plan, but constructed this 8 mile walk based on the way-marked routes indicated on the display panels at the entrances to this reserve. A bit of mix-and-match. The trees are quite fine and there is a very extensive view from the highest point on the walk, the flat moorland summit of A'Chraisg. The part of the walk that was the highlight was walking on a real narrow footpath into the old native woodland of Ledmore - an out and back spur to a viewpoint over the derelict Sunningdale Mill. This section has waymarkers every 30 metres or so until the viewpoint where there is then no indication that this is the end of the path. You can see this trip plotted on a map on the Geo-trips page LinkExternal link .

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