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Visiting Rassal Wood Rassal Ross and Cromarty, One of the few nutural or semi-nutural ashwoods in Britain and certainly the most northerly. Rassal is 202-acre Nature Reserve near the head of Loch Kishorn The woodland only occupies about 30 acres but the appearance of the wood is unusual because the limestone hass been weathered into slabs that have been covered with soil and turf to form hummocks, among which the trees grow. At one time copper was also mined here. The region of...

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Forsinard, This is one of the most Northerly towns in Scotland with good coach and rail links to the South, served by a railway station on the Far North Line. There is an airport and a hospital in Wick, which is approximately 40 miles away from Forsinard. Forsinard is a hamlet in the county of Sutherland, which is located in the Highland region of Scotland.

The tiny village of Forsinard may be reached in a few minutes by car and features its own own train station. The Forsinard Flows Nature Reserve is located in this part of the country, which is also known as the Flow Country due to its expansive blanket bog, sheltered straths, and mountainous terrain.

The Flow Country is widely regarded as one of the country's most precious natural assets. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has been working to preserve the natural environment in this region, and they currently manage more than 20,000 hectares of land in this area.

Melvich is where you'll find the closest Primary School, while Bettyhill is where you'll find the closest Secondary School.

Thurso is the largest town located closest to the east, and it provides a wide variety of services and conveniences, including supermarkets, a cinema, a post office, a medical practise, and a pharmacy.

Find a distinctive home built from Caithness Flagstone stone that is tucked away in a peaceful rural area with views over the Sutherland countryside. Find a one-of-a-kind vacation home in Caithness or Sutherland that is in an elevated position and boasts generous open plan accommodation to suit a romantic couple. Caithness and Sutherland have a variety of landscapes, including cliffs, lonely moorland, remote sandy beaches, and clear blue waters, as well as superb panoramic views. The roads are wonderful, and in addition to being enjoyable for driving a car, they are also suitable for riding motorcycles.

There are numerous wonderful river walks, hillwalking opportunities, on-road and off-road cycling routes, fishing opportunities for trout and salmon, as well as beach and boat fishing opportunities in the ocean.

The waves that are perfect for surfing can be found along the Caithness area's beaches and reefs. The legendary waves of this town attract surfers from all over the world, and they come here to ride them. Find lodges in Forsinard that are located in the middle of the great outdoors and are perfect for activities such as hiking, skiing, or snowboarding and escape into the wilderness for a short while.

Find a place to stay in a lodge if you want to have a relaxing staycation away from it all. Forsinard Flows Visitor Centre and Strathy Bay are two places you should go. Stay at a boutique hotel, which serves as a great base whether you're travelling for business or pleasure. Take some time off and get away to a place where you can let your worries melt away while being pampered in a five-star hotel. Put on your hiking boots for a leisurely stroll around a sprawling estate, and thereafter, when you're ready for lunch or dinner, retire to a cosy bar for a dram while listening to the fire crackle. Make reservations at a charming house that has a wonderful light kitchen and plenty of storage space, Spend time in the living room, which features a Caithness flagstone hearth, a Caithness flagstone log burner, a solid oak mantle, and double-sided windows that provide a view of the surrounding wildlife. For the purpose of spending quality time with one another as a couple or with a group of friends while on an activity-packed vacation full of excitement.

Reserve a vacation rental home in an area that is ideal for experiencing tranquilly, rest, and the beauty of nature. This area is characterised by its pristine natural landscape, making it an ideal destination for activities such as bird watching, whale, dolphin, and seal watching, as well as fabulous scenic walks, a gorgeous award-winning beach, and dramatic cliffs.

Find a holiday home on the well-known NC500 road, which is located on the A836, which is a beautiful touring route for travellers searching for a fantastic position for a holiday home viewing the mountains or the sea.

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The Hamlet of Forsinard in the Scottish Highlands it is situated in the flow country an area of peat bog that straddles the borders of Caithness and Sutherland around the area the visitor will find ample accommodation.

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The Royal Society for the protection of birds runs a 25,000-acre nature reserve and a visitor centre at Forsinard the reserve attracts a large range of birds and wildlife, the reserve visitor centre is located in the station building! Forsinard station is the nearest station; the line runs from Inverness to Wick and Thurso, offering accommodation to suit all pockets from Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast, Hostels and Hotels, stopping at Forsinard three times a day.

To reach Forsinard by car you take the A897, 24 miles from Helmsdale, and from Melvich on the north coast, turn south 2 miles east of Melvich onto the A897 for about 14 miles, offering accommodation to suit all pockets from Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast, Hostels and Hotels, The Dubh Lochan Trail at Forsinard gives a short but fascinating introduction to the Forsinard Flows National Nature Reserve, The trail crosses the blanket bog on flagstones giving a chance to explore this remarkable wild landscape and habitat, with rich bird, flower and insect life. Orkney is within easy reach for a day trip, as are numerous sites of archaeological interest, the Castle of Mey and John O’Groats, the Falls of Shin and Dunrobin Castle make for a pleasant day trip.

The Northern Coast some 30 minutes away is also renowned for surfing with high rolling waves and an abundance of wildlife.

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Loved the nature reserve
 · 5 months ago  ·  Forsinard Flows
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Our visit to the RSPB Forsinard Flows Nature Reserve, which is home to several bird species and other wildlife, is particularly well-known for its beautiful landscapes and biodiversity.

Large-scale peatlands and swampy terrain are present in the vicinity of Forsinard, producing a distinctive and lovely setting. Within the nature reserve at Forsinard, visitors can take advantage of walking trails and possibilities for birdwatching while taking in the tranquil setting and taking in the different animals.

Along with the Flow Country, one of Europe's largest blanket bogs, Forsinard is a part of this region. The Flow Country is valued for its biological significance, and efforts are being made to preserve and restore this important environment.

Forsinard offers a relaxing escape away from the busy metropolis, giving a serene atmosphere for people wishing to unwind and connect with nature, in addition to its natural features.
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