Selm Muir Wood

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Selm Muir Wood: Mature Scots pine woods surround the younger spruce areas. Rowan, birch and willow are scattered throughout and an old beech hedge hints at the age of the wood.

Parts of the wood are known to date from at least 1860 which is why there is such a rich flora and fauna.

There are no formal footpaths in Selm Muir wood. There are level sections of forest road and some informal tracks through the wood. As the paths have not been formalised they are rough, uneven and there are open ditches.

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From Kirknewton, take Leyden Road and follow for approximately 1.5 miles. You will come to the forest entrance on the right-hand side.

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Free

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Phone: +44 1555 660190
Email: scottishlowlands@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
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