Castramont Wood

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This is a short and undemanding walk through delightful ancient woodland famous for its bluebells and its summer migrants. It is in the care of the Scottish Wildlife Trust.

Castramon? Carstramon? Castramont? Take your pick. It has been suggested that 'Castramon' is the correct spelling, though this is at odds with the SWT's notice-board and the Ordnance Survey's two versions! What is certain is that the bluebell season here, coupled with the territorial songs of the returning migrants, is enchanting, though the wood is a delight at any time.

Please note that there are no refreshments available on this walk.

For local weather forecasts and other relevant information and services go to www.gallowaymrt.org.uk for Galloway Mountain Rescue's excellent website.

Scotland - South Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway - Woodland or Forest

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Castle, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Industrial Archaeology, National Trust, Wildlife, Woodland