The small forest at Littlemill hides dramatic features that tell of a landscape very different from today’s peaceful glen. The ridges and lochans are leftovers from the Ice Age, formed when glaciers ground their way across the land.
Now the woodland is home to roe deer, and there’s a colourful show of wildflowers in spring.
Choose from 3 walking routes:
Esker Trail (1.8 miles)
Kettlehole Trail (1.1 miles)
Quarry Trail (1 mile)
Circular route from Littlemill car park
Earth and grass paths, some steep slopes
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