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This little oasis just keeps getting better as the flora and fauna bed in. I love cycling round on my bike or wandering round with binoculars to see what new species of visitor has stopped by.
The only thing that dismays me about this walk...More
Drove past the car park first time as the signs are small wooden ones... no large brown metal sign as is commonly used for parks etc. Nowadays.
Ex aggregate quarry which has been flooded leaving two large ponds/lochs full of bird life.
There is a...More
My wife and I had a short drive to here this morning.
It is not a million miles away from where we stay yet it was our first visit.
A free activity, with free parking in the car park, and would make a scenic and...More
Easy to find, good parking, well maintained paths (mostly) and plenty of strategically placed benches and tables to ensure that no matter what level of fitness you are at both the Birnie & adjacent Gaddon Lochs should be fully accessible to you.
Several different routes...More
Birnie Loch and neighbouring Gaddon Loch are surrounded by paths, which have recently been improved. Nice car park with picnic tables and views of the Loch and it’s all free.
Nice place to go for a picnic and a walk plus there are some excellent...More
I visit this place regularly, the local countryside trust have done a great job of restoring this area.
There is a smaller walk of around 15-30mins around the Birnie Loch depending on fitness, however, at a modest 35-50mins, you can walk around the Gaddon Loch...More