Very close to the centre of Grantown a walk through these woods is very enjoyable with the opportunity of seeing a lot of birds, squirrels and, if you are lucky, deer. Very relaxing.
Capercaillie still breed here we both heard and saw one along with crested tit , gold crest and great spotted woodpecker. The Red Squirrel never fail to make an appearance. Bird feeders put and filled by the BWWC at The Grant Arms Hotel are a good place to start your observations. Pity about one local who thought it amusing that... More
We enjoyed a week long visit in March to Grantown-on-Spey. The weather that week was cold and snowy Whilst we were there we visited the Anagach woods several times, and really enjoyed the walks. The woods were beautiful in the snow, with the sunlight glistening through the trees. Depending on your walking ability, you could do short walks, or really... More
Pleasant walk, with a chance to see crested tits, choice of short and moderate routes, and all a couple of minutes from the hotel
Great walk, listening to the wild life and enjoying the fresh air, far better than sitting at my desk. Hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
These woodlands are a community asset and are well maintained. There are a number of way marked trails including paths for people with limited mobility. As a wheelchair user I have always been able to get around but I use a battery assisted tricycle. If you are going to be using a standard wheelchair then you will need a helper... More
My Dog and myself always love walking around the duck pond and feeding the ducks.Its a good half an hour brisk walking to do a circuit around the wood.
Anagach Woods is lovely and peaceful and only a few minutes walk from the town centre or the Grant Arms Hotel (lovely place to stay). I've enjoyed many walks here looking and listening for wildlife including red squirrels, coal tits, crested tits and dippers (by the Old Spey Bridge) and even Crossbills (allegedly). Early morning walks are great for catching... More
Went for a stroll after our evening meal and came across these lovely woods, lots of paths, very peaceful and lots of wildlife. Walked down to River Spey Returned via walking across the golf course. Wish we were staying more than one night
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