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Scotland's National Nature Reserves

National Nature Reserves (NNRs) are truly inspiring places where you can experience the incredible sights and sounds of our natural world. You’ll find NNRs across Scotland, and they’re open to everyone to visit and enjoy.
 

Trails and information displays, and perhaps a visitor centre or wildlife watching hide, will help you to discover what makes a particular NNR special.
 

Find out about SNH managed NNRs in the section below.
 

Or find out about all of Scotland's NNRs on the Scotland's National Nature Reserves website.

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Explore all of Scotland's other NNR's on the Scotland’s National Nature Reserves website

Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve

Close to Lanark, with regular rail/bus services from Glasgow to Lanark.

Thirty minutes walk from railway station to Cleghorn Glen, Cartland Craigs and the Falls of Clyde.