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Bamff Wildland Project

The newest re-wilding project in the Ecomuseum. Bamff is an upland farm close to Alyth owned by the Ramsay family. From the 1980s, they have been doing pioneering environmental restoration...

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Cargill’s Leap

Site of a famous escape. This narrow gorge in the River Ericht just north of the Brig 'O' Blair was once known as the 'Keith' but is now commonly referred...

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The Drumderrach Stone

Prehistoric Standing Stone with magnificent views. Just on the eastern field boundary where the Shanzie Souterrain lies, on the other side of the hedge, is a wide grassy path leading...

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Pitcarmick Roundhouses

Site of Bronze Age dwellings. This area has been farmed since the early Bronze Age, during which time people lived in round houses - remnants of which, like these, you...

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Glenisla Forest

A classic example of a Forest grown for timber. Glenisla is a highly productive forest and has a proven record of growing quality timber. Planting began here in the 1949...

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Cairn Motherie & Cairn Plew

Two prehistoric burial mounds. Cairn Motherie lies in rough pasture at around 490m close to the summit of Creigh Hill. It comprises a stony cairn some 13m in diameter by...