Tillymannoch Wood

Wood, Forest in Aberdeenshire

Scotland

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Weakened bridge over Corskie Burn has resulted in the closure of a minor road at Craigiedarg Looking southward.
Weakened bridge over Corskie Burn has resulted in the closure of a minor road at Craigiedarg Credit: Peter Wood

Tillymannoch Wood is a picturesque forest located in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Covering an area of approximately 100 hectares, this woodland is known for its natural beauty, diverse flora and fauna, and rich history.

The wood is predominantly composed of native broadleaf trees such as oak, birch, and hazel, which provide a stunning display of colors during the autumn season. The forest floor is carpeted with a variety of wildflowers, creating a vibrant and enchanting atmosphere. Several small streams and a pond can be found within the wood, adding to its scenic charm.

Tillymannoch Wood is home to a diverse range of wildlife, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Visitors may spot red squirrels, roe deer, and a variety of bird species such as woodpeckers, owls, and warblers. The wood is also known for its rich birdlife, attracting birdwatchers from far and wide.

In addition to its natural splendor, Tillymannoch Wood has a fascinating historical background. The area was once part of a larger estate owned by the Forbes family, who were prominent landowners in Aberdeenshire. Today, remnants of old buildings and stone walls can still be found within the wood, offering glimpses into its past.

Tillymannoch Wood is a popular recreational spot, offering numerous walking trails that allow visitors to explore its beauty at their own pace. With its stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, and historical significance, this woodland is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking tranquility and a connection with nature in Aberdeenshire.

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Images are sourced within 2km of 57.156122/-2.4047942 or Grid Reference NJ7507. Thanks to Geograph Open Source API. All images are credited.

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Tillymannoch Wood is located at Grid Ref: NJ7507 (Lat: 57.156122, Lng: -2.4047942)

Unitary Authority: Aberdeenshire

Police Authority: North East

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