Loch Libo is a long, shallow freshwater loch with aspen growing in the shallow waters and a hillside cloaked in mature sycamore and ash woodland. Rare plants such as cowbane, water parsnip and greater tussock-sedge grow along the shore and there are also signs of otters and water voles.
- Scenic loch
- Rare plants
- Water & woodland birds
- Short woodland walk
Best time to visit?
- Spring/summer for water plants
- Spring/summer for birds
- Autumn/winter for waterfowl and fungi
The loch attracts waterfowl during the winter months.