Wood of Cree, near Newton Stewart

The Wood of Cree is a magical place; the largest area of ancient woodland in Southern Scotland, and is an RSPB nature reserve. This walk - combining the Woodland and Scrubland trails - climbs up beside a delightful cascading burn, running through natural woodland with some mighty oaks, and a carpet of bluebells in the spring. At the end of the walk you can visit an otter pool on the River Cree.

Terrain

Wood of Cree RSPB Nature Reserve car park

Public Transport

None to start; bus to Newton Stewart 6.5km away.

Start

Wood of Cree RSPB Nature Reserve car park. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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