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The walk itself is not too strenuous and takes about an hour and a half. The beavers seem to have moved on, but you can still spot the dam they built (they have built a bridge so you can walk around it) and the flooding...More
We had nice walks around the lochs where there is beaver activity but disappointingly didn't see any beavers, despite returning at dusk when they're most active (allegedly).
Nice walks though and interesting to see the 'evidence' including their lodge and knawed tree stumps. Go beavers!
This was my second visit to the Knapdale beavers. It's astonishing and humbling how these animals organise their landscape, creating a water-world by damming outlets into the loch and carefully slowing inlets. This gives a new shallow-water habitat to plenty of other species too. Signs...More
There is a little information center at the carpark.
There are several different walks, one of them takes you down to the beavers dam.
The paths are well kept and wind through a wonderful landscape with stunning views
We didn't see any beavers, but plenty...More
No sign of beavers (again) but plenty of evidence they are there. Walk around the loch is lovely is most weather as it was today. A mixture of Land Rover track and well marked undulating path that not too taxing.
We went around the loch to try to see the beavers unfortunately we didn't see any but we did see the beaver den and markings along the way, which was exciting!! Trails were easy to follow, shame about the weather!!
We did the Barr Mor Trail and at the top were welcomed by sunshine, unfortunately this didn't last long. We then walked the Coastal path and saw the rather fabulous pigsty and got back to the car rather wet and ready to visit the cafe...More
We went on Tuesday 18th August, out guide Ollie was really fantastic, very knowledgeable but also fun. The tour was so worth the £3 each we paid. It was a lovely evening, and we really learned a huge amount about the whole project, and about...More