Scotland’s ‘Great Wood’: Was the legendary forest real?


Head north from Kinlochewe in Scotland’s northwest Highlands and soon the sleek, mountain-fringed waters of Loch Maree appear. Some 65 uninhabited islands scatter across the loch, itself the fourth biggest in a land of tens of thousands.Upon the Loch Maree Islands, stands of slender-trunked, broccoli-canopied Scots pines, which in 2014 became the Scottish national tree,…

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