Walk: In search of the Straiton squirrels

[Rossetti Linn - this viewpoint reached by a short scramble down from the north bank path]

A series of attractive waterfalls on a tumbling burn surrounded by tranquil woodland makes Lambdoughty Glen an ideal add-on to your day if you're passing through nearby Straiton. From the car park, paths lead up both sides of the valley enabling a beautiful short circuit. The remnants of pine cones devoured by red squirrels were everywhere in February 2016 so keep an eye out for rust-coloured activity in the trees, as well as for the wooden animal sculptures in the upper part of the glen.

[Lambdoughty Glen]

Name: Walk: In search of the Straiton squirrels ★☆☆
Length: 1 km / <1 mile
Ascent: 50 metres
Points of interest: Lambdoughty Glen; Rossetti Linn & other waterfalls
Start / finish: Car park on B741 a mile east of Straiton, G.R.: NS 390052 / tradition royal then

Route: Circuit (in either direction) of Lambdoughty Glen upstream of car park.
Terrain: Woodland paths with lots of steps and a few muddy sections.
Wildlife today: Tell-tale signs of red squirrel activity everywhere, but no squirrels actually seen this time!
Weather today: Mostly cloudy with some sunny spells, about 5C.

[Waterfall near the upper bridge]

Route credit: Walkhighlands (modified)

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