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Fun if you're in the area but don't come out of your way to visit

My trip was with 4 kids under 7. The walk from the village up to the touchstone maze was very steep... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Glasgow, UK
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Been there, it's nothing special apart the view, but lots of trees were cut, I don't know why. It's... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Deva, Romania
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“rocks” (6 reviews)
Knockfarrel, Strathpeffer, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My trip was with 4 kids under 7. The walk from the village up to the touchstone maze was very steep for the kids. Once the kids were there they had fun in the touchstone maze for about 20 mins. Stones are from all areas...More

Thank glasg0w_lass
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Been there, it's nothing special apart the view, but lots of trees were cut, I don't know why. It's good to move out of the village and make some cardio and enjoy outdoors.

Thank BiaBestia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The walk to get there is good, but the "maze" itself is a bit of a let down to be honest. It tries to educate you about the history of Scotland through the various types of rocks that the country is made of.

Thank GlasgowGreedyGuts
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Very interesting maze with information on different stones from different areas. Along with a scenic walk in blackmuir woods. Delightful

Thank barneybazoka
Reviewed 26 June 2016

Since the trees were cleared in the vicinity of the maze-stone, the light does show their different characters in various colours etc. The walk it's self is very pleasant and we walked all along the cat's back to Knockfarrell the dog enjoyed it too.

Thank 361MargaretB
Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

We were staying locally in a cottage, and had just decided to go for a walk with the dog through the woods, and came across this little gem in the middle of the woods. It's not massive....... Doesn't take ages to walk round or anything,...More

1  Thank wooger87
Reviewed 5 March 2016

walk to the maze with your worries and your troubles. go into the maze and sit on a stone. leave all your troubles there and walk out refreshed. just such a shame there has been logging going on . hopefully in time some native trees...More

1  Thank fionaCD
Reviewed 24 November 2015

Went forca shortvwalk as was a rainy day. Came across the maze in the wood.the information board was very helpfull and easy to follow.we walked arrowed for about 20min .The stones when looked at closely were very different.

2  Thank mealtimes
Reviewed 11 October 2015

Fascinating place and lots of history. Its a lovely little walk from the town and is easy to get too. Not too taxing. All the stones are from different areas of Scotland and all from different Geological eras.

2  Thank Di_Traveller11
Reviewed 23 September 2015

A nice walk through the woods along good paths, it was well signposted and something different to see in the middle of the trees, kids would love it.

1  Thank Stella F
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