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This apparently little-known delight is a peaceful walk among lush forest. Large sculptures carved from timber or stone depict human emotions vividly and skilfully to haunting effect.
The sculptor, Frank Bruce, was self-taught, but won many awards. He was dyslexic and left school at age 13, working first in a sawmill. After his death, the display was donated to the Council and it is now managed by the National Trust. For the cost of parking your car, you can take a pleasant mile-long walk enjoying, the art as it reveals itself. The trail undulates gently through a quiet dell and it is suitable for any level of fitness.
Know Before You Go
Parking is a Pay & Display machine. Take a £2 coin. It can be found in Feshiebridge, on the B970, not far from Aviemore.