Nov 22nd, 2014

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It is quite amusing to note that during the planning process, one of the points raised in support of the scheme was that (I paraphrase) ‘The Donich Circular was obviously not of great importance as a tourist attraction as it was not well signposted’. Ironically enough, a few months after the final decision, a very nice notice board has appeared in the village promoting the trail.

The board states “Experience the Donich falls and follow an ancient Argyll road’. So obviously the Forestry Commission think of it as a valuable tourist attraction – even though it looks as though it will not be available to visitors for quite some time once the work starts, and may never be available in its full glory again when the hydro reduces the water flow as dramatically as some people believe it will.

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