The Falls of Clyde reserve is a haven for wildlife and a beautiful picturesque landscape originally designed in the 18th Century. Among many other creatures, otters and peregrines live in the gorge and the woodland paths lead to spectacular waterfall views.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust are now the guardians of this special place that once provided inspiration for the likes of Turner and Wordsworth. In this tradition we provide quality craft courses by local makers that cater for all levels of ability.
Year Established: 1969
4 star award from the Scottish Tourist Board.
Gold award from the The Green Tourism Scheme.