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
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.