Deservedly the most popular short walk in the region, Puck’s Glen is a dark and atmospheric defile. A tumbling burn, criss-crossed by bridges, is enclosed by rocky walls heavily hung with mosses and overshadowed by dense trees.

It comes under Forestry and Land Scotland which has highlighted it as a feature of the Argyll Forest Park and described it as “One of the most magical forests in Scotland, with a delightful trail along a rocky gorge.”