As part of an effort to enhance the visitor experience of those visiting the Reelig Glen, new information posts have been installed in the area.
Forestry and Land Scotland has installed a set of family-friendly interpretation posts, relaying back information on some of the taller trees, features and wildlife found in the popular woodland.
In total, 10 posts have been installed in the area, focusing heavily upon the Tall Trees Trail, which takes visitors around the atmospheric woodland, andis full of different majestic trees, mosses, burns and wildlife.
Every post identifies a feature along the trail and engages trail goers in a quick ‘true or false’ question.
Sandra Reid of Forestry and Land Scotland said: “Reelig Glen is a magical woodland which is very popular.
“It is famous for having some of the tallest trees in the UK, including the Dughall Mor and now taller Douglas Fir which was previously measured at nearly 66.5 metres.
“We also have the tallest European larch along with a number of very impressive trees which are worth a visit to see.
“Our new interpretation helps visitors learn a bit more about the woodland and its history, whilst being fun for families.”
The one-mile-long trail includes the famed resident tree of the glen, as well as a stunning 19th century stone bridge.
The glen, which is often known as the Fairy Glen due to its secluded and atmospheric glades and narrow gorges, is located around seven miles from Inverness.