Thornton Glen

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Thornton Glen is a steep, narrow gorge with broadleaved woodland. The gorge is overlooked by the ruined Innerwick Castle built in the 1300s. The remains of the castle are on top of a crag which is popular with climbers. Most of the glen is covered by ash and elm, with ramsons and ferns in the undergrowth

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Lothian, Scotland, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Innerwick Castle

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Take the A1 from Edinburgh, just after Torness Power Station take the right turn signed to Crowhill & Innerwick. Cross over the railway, it is possible to park in the steading on the right at Crowhill .

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Free

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Phone: +44 131 312 7765.
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