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New trail launched in west of Scotland

Posted 14 March 2011
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New trail launched in west of Scotland
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Those visiting the Argyll region of Scotland may enjoy an official trail featuring both scenery and history.

Dalriada Heritage Trail has been established as the Argyll Tourist Alliance launches, with these initiatives aimed at encouraging people to go walking in the area and enjoy its various attractions.

The trail includes natural wonders in the Moine Mhor National Nature Reserve as well as the historic buildings of Carnasserie Castle and Dunadd Fort.

And the walk also offers a chance to see ancient woodland and a wide range of stone circles, rock art and burial mounds.

The partnership is also looking to attract more people via the new Heart of Argyll website.

Argyll covers a large part of western Scotland and the historic county was once larger still, occupying part of what is now the Highland region.

This includes Glencoe, where those heading for the Munros in their walking boots can climb the historic county's highest point, the 3,772 ft peak of Bidean nam Bian.