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Erraid Wood

  • Nature Centres & Reserves
  • Edinburgh
  • City Of Edinburgh

Erraid Wood is a small woodland on the slopes of the Pentland Hills to the south of Edinburgh.

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From this vantage point there are panoramic views to the north-east across Edinburgh and the Forth and southwards to the Moorfoot Hills.

Species - Planted in 1836, the mature mixed woodland includes beech, sycamore, ash, Scots pine and European larch.

Location - The reserve is just south of the Hillend dry ski slope, on the A702 just south of Edinburgh.

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From this vantage point there are panoramic views to the north-east across Edinburgh and the Forth and southwards to the Moorfoot Hills.

Species - Planted in 1836, the mature mixed woodland includes beech, sycamore, ash, Scots pine and European larch.

Location - The reserve is just south of the Hillend dry ski slope, on the A702 just south of Edinburgh.

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