Camore Wood

Camore has the pleasant open atmosphere of a native pinewood, with purple heather covering the forest floor and glimpses of the surrounding countryside through well-spaced trees. It's a place where buzzards hunt for voles, roe deer flit through the trees and woodland birds feast on wild raspberries and blaeberries in summer. A forest trail allows you to explore the open pine stands of Camore Wood and discover some of the 25 Iron Age hut circles from a thriving early farming community. The woods also feature a permanent, intermediate level orienteering course.

http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/camore