Weem Meadow is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), not well known although it is only a stone's throw from Aberfeldy. It is not far along the footpath from Aberfeldy to Kenmore - NN8479 4898. Weem Meadow SSSI lies to the west of Wade's Bridge in Aberfeldy, and is one of the very few hay meadows left in Scotland and the only one in Perthshire known to be managed with a traditional hay cropping regime. This management allows a huge diversity of plants to thrive - with botanists recording over 150 different species on the site. Parking is available in nearby Aberfeldy. The path is accessible to most, or you can drive over the Wade Bridge.
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