Ledmore and Migdale woods lie around the small village of Spinningdale on the shore of the Dornoch Firth. This is the gateway to Sutherland, once the South land of the Norseman, but for many of today’s travellers it is the last leg of the journey to John O Groats the most northerly point of Scotland.
On reaching Ledmore and Migdale a network of around 14km of paths and tracks provides access to the site’s stunning landscapes of ancient woodland, open hill, loch and sea shore.
This is one of the narrowest points of Scotland – with only 30 miles as the crow flies between Spinningdale and the west coast port of Ullapool, it feels as if you can see across a whole nation.
Ledmore and Migdale is certainly worth a visit. You can find out more about the woods on our website and even share some of your photos if you’ve already visited.