Ayr Gorge Woodlands

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Ayr Gorge Woodlands: Much of the woodland is ancient. The reserve supports a diversity of plants, fungi, birds, invertebrates and other fauna. Cut into the cliff are pendens steps.

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From Ayr centre:
Take the A719 north-east for about 3 miles to the junction with the A77. Continue straight over the roundabout onto the B743 Mauchline road and continue until Failford. The main entrance is at the west end of Failford village, on the south side of the road, at the blue sign. The reserve can also be accessed from the opposite end from the River Ayr Way.

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Free

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