Caberston Forest

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Caberston Forest: This is a conifer forest with an important broadleaf wood at the Pirn.

An uphill climb takes you on a circuit of Pirn Hill where there is a 2000 year old Iron Age settlement site at the top of the forest walk.

Carved sandstone sculptures by local artist, Mary Kenny depict the interesting history of the town and the hill.

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From Innerleithen High Street (A72), take the B709 (starting at the Bank of Scotland). Parking is on the right hand side, and the access footpath starts a few metres from this car park, entering the forest via the stone bridge.

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Never closes

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Free

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