Lower Nethan Gorge reserve is one of the best examples of semi-natural woodland still surviving in the Clyde Valley. Rich ash and elm woodland grows on the steep slopes, supporting a wide variety of plants and animals, including green woodpeckers, otters and badgers.
Woodland walks, Gorge views, Birdwatching,
Best time to visit?
Apr to Jun for woodland flowers, Autumn for spectacular colours, ,
A path, which is steep in places and has steps, runs through the reserve.