Pepper Wood

Pepper Wood, situated north east of Kirkliston, is a small area of broadleaved woodland containing ash, oak and wych elm with a varied ground flora that includes some species introduced by a previous owner in the 19th Century.

Why visit?

Highlights include:

  • Flowering plants

Best time to visit?

  • May to Aug for flowering plants

Visit for:

  • woodlands
  • wildflowers

Other information

Facilities

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VISITING THE RESERVE

How to get there

Directions

From Kirkliston, take the minor road north east towards Carlowrie Farm. Take the right turn towards Wheatlands and you will find Pepper Wood on the left, just after the road goes under the disused railway. There is a small layby for parking on the left.

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Getting onto the reserve

From the layby, you can access the reserve via a stile.

Access restrictions
Nearest town
Kirkliston (1 mi / 1.6 km)
OS grid ref
NT142753
Landranger map
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FURTHER READING

About Pepper Wood

Out & about

Nearby reserves
Carlingnose PointJohnston Terrace Garden

Local group
Lothians

Links & downloads

Reserve map

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