Forests and woodlands in Ayrshire & Arran

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  • River Ayr Way through Ayr Gorge Woodlands, near Failford
    A trail on the River Ayr Way through Ayr Gorge Woodlands, near Failford
  • River Doon and Ness Glen, Craigengillan Estate, near Dalmellington
    River Doon and Ness Glen, Craigengillan Estate, near Dalmellington

Ayrshire & Arran is the perfect destination for those looking to enjoy the great outdoors. Not just home to an inspiring coastline, Ayrshire & Arran also boasts a beautiful countryside, complete with magnificent forests and woodlands.

The South Carrick Trails contains five fantastic paths which range from family strolls to scenic hikes.

Spend a day enjoying the great outdoors at the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, Scotland’s largest regional park, which is home to the UK’s rarest breeding bird, the hen harrier. You can view these magnificent birds on the parks webcam.

The Galloway Forest Park is home to Scotland’s first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve where you’ll discover a beautiful wilderness home to a wide range of rare wildlife including golden eagles, red deer and wild goats. Also in the Galloway Forest Park, visitors can experience the thrill of stargazing in the UK’s only Dark Sky Park, from the new Scottish Dark Sky Observatory at Dalmellington.

Use these listings to help plan your visit to the forests and woodlands of Ayrshire & Arran.

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  1. Dailly Paths

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    Dailly

    Dailly Paths consist of a network of five trails that are all uniquely fascinating, whether your interest is in nature or history.

  2. South Carrick Trails

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    Girvan

    The South Carrick Trails consist of five paths, ranging from family strolls to scenic hikes for ambitious walkers.

  3. Galloway Forest Park

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    Straiton

    The Galloway Forest Park is Britain’s largest forest park.

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