Situated on the northern edge of the Lammermuir Hills, the East Lammermuir Deans are steep-sided, eroded gullies that provide a haven for lime-loving plants and support important areas of woodland and species-rich grassland.
- Species-rich grassland
- Northern brown argus butterflies
- Fascinating geology
Best time to visit?
- May to Aug for grassland plants
The common rock-rose, which attracts the northern brown argus butterfly, grows on the reserve.
There are a couple of circular paths with some steep sections on this reserve.