Two walks along the River Forth to see three wildlife reserves owned by the Scottish Wildlife Trust

The first and third walks are circular, all starting and finishing at Cambus village.

Walk 1 is about 7.2 km in length and passes two small island reserves known as "Tullibody Inch" and "Alloa Inch".

Walk 2 is about 2 km in length and visits Cambus Pools.

Walk 3 is ca 5 km long and suitable for walkers and cyclists.

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A walk along the lovely Carron Glen near Denny

This walk mainly follows the River Carron and can be started at either Dunipace or Fankerton. It passes through the beautiful, steep-sided gorge that is Carron Glen, 19ha of which are now owned as a nature reserve by the Scottish Wildlife Trust. It was gifted to the SWT in 1996 by Mr D Forbes, of the Callendar Estate, to become the Trust’s 100th wildlife reserve. The Carron Glen reserve is a site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), so please respect this habitat and do not damage or pick the wildflowers growing there.

The Main Walk (NS806831) is 9 km in length with the last part of the walk back to Dunipace being along a quiet country lane.

The Short Walk (NS788831) is 4.5 km in length.

TreeLink Stirling shares the following walks and news:

Tree Walks in Stirling

A great way to enjoy trees, and to learn more about them, is to take a guided 'tree walk'. ​Riverside Naturally, a community group in Stirling, has developed a three stage walk along the Forth in Riverside.

You can download the walks HERE .

You can also see them on the Riverside Naturally website Trees Of Riverside | RiversideNaturally.

Please get in touch with TreeLink Stirling if you have a tree walk to share. They would love to publish it on the website.