Glenashdale Forest

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Glenashdale Forest: In the wood is a Glenashdale Waterfall and the Giants' Graves, a group of Neolithic chambered cairns. Giants' Graves trail is 1.5 miles long which follows the early stages of the Glenashdale Falls walk before turning sharply to the left up a staircase of 315 steps. The Giants' Graves are a short distance away in a forest clearing. Glenashdale Falls trail is a circular walk of 2 miles long. The waterfall has a cascade over a 140 foot drop. The path leads up one side of the burn and down the other and goes past an iron age fort.

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Popularity rank: #6583
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Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Giants Graves, Ashdale Bridge, Carn Ban, Glenashdale Waterfall, Glenashdale Falls

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From Whiting Bay:
Turn right up the track on the south side of Ashdale bridge, signposted Glenashdale Falls. he entrance to the Forest is about half a mile along the track.

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Never closes

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Free

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